Hi There...i hope you can help, my daughter (14 yrs old) just got her first photography gig with a magazine and the camera she used didn't produce a file big enough....mine will... BUT now...all of a sudden it won't turn on...the lights come on but the shutter won't open...any suggestions short of throwing it across the room?
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Unfortunately, the picture error message means that the image been modified such that the camera can't read it. It is possible that the camera thinks the picture was taken by another camera. Since the picture is still good when you check it with the computer, it hasn't been damaged. Archive the picture and make sure to back it up after it goes on the computer. (If the computer couldn't view it, then you'd need some sort of file recovery software and might not get the entire image back.)
Many digital cameras made for still photography have the ability to record video clips, but most of them don't record sound. They don't even have a microphone. I don't know about this camera specifically, but it would be entirely normal if it didn't have sound capability.
First check your warranty - you may be able to return it for repair under that - and yes it needs a repair. The metering system is now broken, The chances are you'll recieve a new one as it is more cost effective to them to do this. (keep the batteries)