Recently, I was just playing with my camera and exploring the options and stuff, and I think that I tured that "securitty or protection" option, and each time I turn off my camera since then, it won't turn back on until more than 2 hours or something like that have passed... It works perfectly when it's on, but I just can't find a way how to get it back to the old stage, when you can turn if off and on as many times as you want?
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