When I turn on the camera the screen is totally black and nothing appears on it for at least a minute and when I finally get a view it's all blurry and there's nothing that can be distinct. Also on the screen a tilting message appears which is the following: E:61:10
I'm really worried about it specially cause I need so much for my architectural studies.
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black screen blur image showingcannot see subject to be photographed when camera power on,if press to take photo nothing shows, just black screen. it was fine one minute then nothing the next. battery is fully charged, memory card ok.
Try this...if you can still get into the setup menu, scroll to "reset" and follow the on-screen instructions. If not, remove the memory card and battery...press all the buttons...leave the camera alone for 20 minutes...insert the card and then the battery...turn it on. Did that help?
on the bottom of your camera by the battery theres a little hole sizes of a niddle,get a niddle and stick it in there press down and reset the camera to factory settings ,make sure the camrea is on when you press the reset.please leave a comment,vote,note.thankyou
I had something like this occur with a minot mini video camera only it locked up in the "On" setting, meaning I could see a display on the screen but could not turn it off. I suggest you look very closely for a reset hole at the bottom somewhere, a place where a safety pin or the straightened end of a paper clip could be inserted. If no Reset can be found, then try holding in the Power On/Off for as long as 90 seconds. This may clear the problem. I would also suspect no power due to low charge or no charge on the battery, battery installed incorrectly, or battery not charged up.
I was finally able to fix it. It did take me a little longer than the 10 minutes as another as written:) I had trouble getting 2 of the little screws out, but finally succeeded. Then I saw the orange ribbon, but nothing seemed to be loose. At last I saw where it connected at the TOP, and pushed down the little black connectors which showed on both sides under the orange ribbon. I pushed it down as far as I could, put the back on the camera and turned it on! And it worked! Thanks so much for the tip. I am going to keep a little screw driver in the camera case along with the tip how to fix it in case it is a problem again!