Question about Cameras
You can restore it to factory settings by turning the camera on, and then holding the menu button down for five seconds, then following the on-screen prompts.
But if that doesn't help, next thing to check would be to make sure that all screws are present and tight along the external case of the camera. The case screws not only hold the camera case on, they also serve as a safety switch to turn the flash off when the case is opened (an exposed flash can give a severe shock). Try to find a replacement screw if you notice one missing.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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