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Blank Screen I have just bought one of these cameras and when you open the shutter to take a photo there is only a blanks screen. I have a second of these cameras so know this is when the camera should 'roam' ready to take a snapshot. If I click the button to capture an image, it is stored and I can see it, but then it goes back to a blank screen. Any ideas :)

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  • biziguy Jun 01, 2008

    I have taken about 90 pictures on my new camera. The last five can be view on the camera, but when I put the memory card in the computer there is an icon of a grey box with a crack in the middle. Help - How do I get these pictures?

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Some have a view button which you can choose to put in "black mode". happens a lot. take it to your local camera shop if they know anything they should be able to put it right in seconds

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