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Dial knob The camera seems to be frozen - only shows Digital Camera message on screen when switching on

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  • Anonymous Mar 10, 2009

    Camera seemed to be frozen also, just saying digital camera on the screen, i plugged in mains adapter and this cleared, now saying no card, have tried various cards that i know are working, any ideas?

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I have the same prob please help

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