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Picture is black

Hi, when i take a picture in say a club or sumwhere like that the flash goes off and everything however when i go back n look at the pic its just black. dont understand why? any ideas?

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  • awilso Aug 28, 2007

    No lens cap isnt on.

  • ejager Dec 31, 2008

    same problem, athough not completely black, just veeeery dark. PS there is no lens cap, the on switch is the removal of it..
    I tried all setting to my knowing. What does saf mean btw. that's the only thing in the display i could not alter.



    regards,

    Erik

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Is your lens cap on?

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