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"Turn power off and on again" screen when switching on in cam or vid mode

Got to SETUP1, reinitialized but still have same problem. Any other ideas,please?

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I replied to your original post. Please check that thread. Please let me know if you need any assistance.

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If the issue still persists, then try Power Resetting the Camera.
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Then, reinsert the battery pack into the Camera and turn ON the Camera.

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