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Camera gets stuck when shooting B&W

When I try to take photos in B&W or Sepia, in moderate lightning, the camera takes forever and the screen gets black and giver message "capturing". Why is this happening and how do I get rid of the problem and shoot in B&W. Thanks

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Anonymous

I had a similar problem and it cleared up when I reset the camera with the tiny reset button next to the memory card.

Posted on Aug 09, 2007

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