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After resetting to default settings, the shooting mode screen is black

I reset camera to default settings in order to do some close-up shots.
Now, shooting mode does not seem to work. Screen is black.
View mode does.
How do I program things in order to shoot anything ?

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Remove the batteries and put them back in. See if it restores the camera seettings.

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