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Ok, first off do you have a chiped key? look on the side for a resistor symbl if yes try a spare key if you have one. secondly is the theft light flashing? third option turn the key to the on position wait 15 and try to start the car, if it is your security system this will sometimes deactivate it
Saw a similar problem recently, same cause, and result was the lens was jammed.
Did manage to wiggle it free after many attempts...it only stays on for a few seconds before faulting and going off...but it's a bit hard to get a hold on the edge of the lens to pop-out the low side.
Started by laying it on it's back and checking the level of the lens edges for the low spot, then used a thick sewing needle to lift up while turning the unit on (again and again) until the gear-ring popped back in during the lens-check at start-up.
Your camera is set at twilnight mode which has the flash suppressed and you won't be able to turn it on because of the fixed setting of twilnight mode to get the proper result of the picture. Due to the mode setting requirement, a shakey hand icon and no flash icon will show. If you press the flash mode button, it beeps. The twilnight setting has a low shutter speed, i.e. the shutter opens longer to allow more lights in, therefore it shows recording to let you know that the shutter is still open, and any moment of the camera will result in a blurred picture.
Now, check your camera mode dial and turn it back to the 'green' camera and see if you can get the flash to fire.
You can call the repairs dept and they can give you a pretty good idea over the phone of how much it will cost. Their number is 800-706-2534 and then keep choosing option 1.
They might ask you to send it in so they can look at it but they will send you an estimate of what it would cost to fix it before they do any work.
If your camera will stay on long enough you can try resetting the camera but I doubt if that will do anything.