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Camera turns off

In camera mode the camera turns off after 14 secs . a message on screen tells me to switch off then on again if i do this it all works ok but only for 14 secs again.in playback it is not afected,i can leave on as long as i wish.regards

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  • emorileau893 Mar 27, 2009

    Turn camera on >message on screen>turn camera off then on again??

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I know these cameras very well and if this unit is displaying switch off and then on again only in camera mode then you definetly have a lens fault. if it has been dropped or knocked hard then a qualified technicain is going to have to have a look at it.

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