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Problem taking pictures.

Hello all, I need help. I probably hit the wrong button on this camera. When I try to take a picture with autofocus and Auto on the picture type week the camera will not take a picture. All I get is a F-- on the LCD screen when I press the button. Please help, Tom Holecek [email protected]

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    I have same problem, which Nikon N65 didn't take any picture any more and neither auto focus.

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Every Camera has differnt firmware. Check your manual thoroughly then get on to Canon Technical Support.

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