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Flashing digital display

Regardless on the camera being in the "Lock" or "On" the digitral user display, mode selector etc. is continually falshing. The camera will not function at all. The batteries have been changed and they were even removed and the camera left over night. Any help would be very much appreciated, my daughters Photography school project awaits a simple solution, fingers crossed.

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Hello, depending on the class he is taking you may find that a normal digital camera will suffice. Most camera classes and courses now use digital, unfortunately the old film cameras are becoming a thing of the past. If your son is a mad keen photographer then I would consider investing in his future and buy him a good quality digital SLR. I hope this is somewhat helpful.

Posted on Nov 04, 2009

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If your son is not planning a big career in photography for himself like Alisha Spencer, then you should talk to him and ask him about his needs. Maybe it will be much more important for him to get more experience on a bad camera. I think that the main thing is to understand the root of the problem. Good luck.

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