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Nikki Kingston Posted on Mar 28, 2007
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Can't see new pics

When I take a picture the camera flashes but when I review the picture it is just a black screen. Also there is a small yellow camera logo that shows up on the left side of the screen and I can't get it to go off the problem started when it showed up. I can veiw pictures that I have already taken but I just can't see new ones. Please help.

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Check that you are still taking picures by connecting to the computer or looking at the memory card elsewhere[through a card reader for example. Want to establish with this a CCD problem or a Firmware problem. Come back

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