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KM DiMAGE Z5

Possibly a minor problem, but when I try to "quick view" the picture taken, I get a "system error" and the camera shuts down. Any suggestions? Thanks

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  • CharlotteGuy Jan 26, 2008

    When attemoting to view the photos, a "System Error" notice appears and the camera turns off. Any suggestions?

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Try using a different Memory Card.
Then try takeing the batteries out overnight to let the camera reset.
Otherwise I dont have good news options. Sounds like It would be something internal that wouldnt be cost affective to fix.

Hope its the Memory Card,
Caleb

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

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