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My Coolpix L5-camera with 8 mega byte memory, does not take sharp focused pictures.At"Best Buy" I sent off the camera for repair. After "repair" no change could be detected. My camera is still making, out of focus pictures. At the same time I am not able to receive an owners manual for this camera. My warrenty is ending August the 8, 2007. Please help! Louise E.

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Check this link it will help you http://www.megapixel.net/reviews/nikon-l5/l5-gen.php

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Suddenly the card you have inserted is locked so that's why is says write protected. To unlocked the it get or remove your card from your camera. You can see in your memory card there is a small button her try to slide the button to unlocked. Insert your memory card back to your camera and try to take a picture it will take a picture.

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