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BUSY I was in the middle of shooting portraits and downloading them to a laptop for customer viewing and the word BUSY showed up on my back screen and the camera would not do a thing. ANy help?????

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Mine is doing the same thing. i even tried buying a new cf card and nothing

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Probably to much data being processed. Did you wait for a while until things settled?

Posted on Jul 22, 2007

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