Question about Cameras
There are a couple of reasons you would be told to turn the camera off and then back on. I would first make sure the battery is fully charged, and if it is not I would charge it. The most common reason for this message is something is obstructing the movement of the lens (i.e. sand), which can sometimes be fixed by blowing compressed air into the side of the lens in hopes to dislodge what is stuck in the lens. If neither of these options works you could try a manual reset of the camera by pressing the reset button inside the memory card compartment with a pointed object, and then turn the power on. If this works it will reset the camera to the factory specifications. I hope this helps!
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