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Malfunction D80 showing erratic "Lo " message,

I get a "LO " message and everything gets blocked , of course its not the battery , I acnnot access the menu or open the LCD screen
Fernando , Chile

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  • Fernandor Jun 10, 2008

    THANK YOU

    PROBLEM SOLVED, HAD ALSO TO ADJUST ISO

  • joness2 Aug 01, 2008

    i can't see the answer to this problem... it freezes the camera up and it has 'Lo' message

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If you're in a P mode it means it in low light condition. whne you see the Letters "LO" and take a shot it woudl take time before the camerea releases the shutter because it's automatically exposing the image and exposure may take longer depending on the lighting condition.

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