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Camera will not turn on at all. Whether using rechargeable batteries or regular batteries. Getting no power whatsoever.

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Hopefully it's still under a warranty. I had a similiar problem with a Canon. The manufacturer said, once the go, that's it. Replace it. Nice huh.

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