Question about Cameras
If you have tried "everything" then take it to a camera repair shop. Any retailer of cameras should be able to send it on for you, and get a quote for repairs so that you can decide whether it is more economical to repair or replace the camera.
They may even find the fault/setting/procedure that you may have overlooked.
Oh, and please give them more information than you have here. It is very difficult to suggest what to do when no information is given about the camera make or model nor the actual steps that you have already tried (so that others may be suggested).
I am not trying to be funny all this information is important.
Posted on Apr 14, 2008
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