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Turn the camera on, lens acts like it is going to project, camera turns itself off.

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I am not totally sure of the issue, but I have a few ideas.
First you might want to make sure the battery is fully charged. If the battery does not have enough juice then the camera will auto power off.
Second I would say that you should try to clean the outside of the lens. Make sure there are not any small pieces of dust or sand stuck in the cracks.
Hope that helps!

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