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Camera stabiliser not available

When power on ,the above error message comes and camera could not be used at all

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  • harib May 02, 2008

    pl email me if this problem can be solved by downloading suitable software from home or should be taken to service center.

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Here is what I have found in Casio website: (http://faq.casio.com/faq/exilim/faq_type_b.php?PRODUCT=EXILIM%20EX-V7&CATEGORY=REC%20Mode%2FRecording%20Techniques)

Q23. What should I do when the error message "Camera Stabilizer is not available." appears? camera stabiliser not available - spacer.gif A23. Turn the camera off and then back on again. If the same message appears after you turn power back on, contact a CASIO service center or your original retailer.

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