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Help ME!!! When I Go To Shoot A picture I Doesn't Take It. I Tried This With Plenty Of Different Memory Cards And None Of Them Work? It Just Makes This Beeping Sound When I Try To Shoot

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Same problem in my camera..any help?

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Up at the top of the camera there is a little pin wheel thing, right, now turn the wheel to the green camera on the pin wheel. Now take the pic, then go to the icon below the green camera and see if ur pic came out.

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