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Camera Freeze Sometimes when I snap the shutter, the camera frezes, a very small red light quickly flashes (which is located to the right and bottom of the LCD on the back of the camera), and in the LCD there is the following display: D: 3C85 To clear the camera, I have to turn it off, then back on. Often it will do this several times in a row. The odd thing is, it does take a picture as the image is stored on the memory card. Help!

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  • traceytt Apr 17, 2009

    I have had the same problem, I have formatted my memory card and have even bought a new memory card, however the same problem occurs.

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Could be in the memory card, format the memory in camera

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