Question about Canon IXUS80ISS Digital Camera
Hello sawyer. Turn on the camera go to the menu and find the reset function. Reset the camera. This will bring it back to the factory settings. That should solve your problem unless it is a dusty or broken shutter. IF the reset does not solve the problem you will have to take the camera in for a cleaning and shutter adjustment or send it in for one. Do not take the camera apart yourself as this will void any warranty you may have. Joe
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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