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Lcd Screen problem

When i turn on my camera everything appears normal but there is no image on the screen, all the white information appears but the screen is black underneath.  This is also the same when it is switched to the eyepiece.  I can still take photos however they appear black too.  I can veiw photos that i have take before this problem occured.  Can anyone help?

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  • revehub Jul 11, 2008

    I have the same problem. The menu items all show correctly, I tried the video feature; got sound but no image! Can anyone tell me if this is a settings problem or is the camera broken? I tried all of the settings, manual and auto. One responder said that this mean that the camera is "buggers". I don't know what that means.

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I have the same problem. The menu items all show correctly, I tried the video feature; got sound but no image! Can anyone tell me if this is a settings problem or is the camera broken? I tried all of the settings, manual and auto. One responder said that this mean that the camera is "buggers". I don't know what that means.


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It's buggered

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