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I am having a problem with my dsc-p72. I can view with my camera but i cant able to take any photographs or i can't shoot any movies. When i open my camera i can see a headlight like sign which icant find a description from the manual. I reset the camera but it didn't work out. Now when i switch on the camera it is showing an headlight symbol, and i cant record the image. What will be the problem. the symbol now showing is like a headlight or beam light.(D-on)some what like this.

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I have no idea what the symbol is.

I suggest that you check that your memory stick is not locked, not full and is inserted properly into the camera.

Reset the camera (button under the connector flap, below the zoom buttons on the back of the camera)

Posted on Jan 03, 2008

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