E:62:10 means one of the flat cables is loose that leads to the imaging module. Remove the battery and memory card. Remove the five screws and open the camera by lifting the front off. There will be a black plastic sheet lightly glued slightly to the tight of center. This covers two connectors for flat connectors. each has a tiny black hinged bar that can be popped uo with a small flat blade. Then slide the connecter as deep in the socket as possible. Snap the retaining bars back down and replace the black plastic insulator. Reassemble camera.
While you have the camera open canned air can be used to get any lint or dust out of the camera while it its open.
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Make sure Flash Shoe option is Off in setup menu then check flash light. Does camera give any blinking error code when flash fails to fire? Does flash pop up when you press shutter button to take picture in low light? Let me know to find out possible cause of problem.
t does not appear in the user manual and looking on some forums, it will only put the date on the print and not saved with the image - to print the image with date you can do it with a docking station or some additional details - but cant find the full details
CCD or backlight problem?
althought your camara is not listed, try to contact them to get a disgnostic.