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A lot of cameras seem to be having this issue (including myself). Eventually it got to a point where the camera doesn't even turn on properly anymore. Better take it back for repair, STAT before it ends up like mine :(
try to check the battery contacts of the camera...you might need to 'wipe' a contact cleaner to clean it. Caution: Be careful on working with chemicals with your camera. If still no luck...refer to a qualified service tech
Your ccd imager is defective . You need to replace the ccd imager .Thats why screen turned red . Connect your camera to computer and try viewing the photos . Or use card reader to transfer photos to computer .
It is not clear if you are saying whole camera turns off or just screen turns off.
Notice before the camera went bad the lense does not extend in play mode, while it does in record mode. Many cameras have software that automatically turns camera off if lens cannot/fails to extend for some reason. Try to help it extend in record mode before camera turns off.
This might be an E18 lens error issue. Here's some things that you can do to try to correct it. Have already fixed several cameras with this problem by using these methods: