There could be a few potential causes for this issue. Some possibilities include a damaged or malfunctioning camera lens, a problem with the camera's sensor, or an issue with the camera's firmware or software. To troubleshoot the problem, you should first try restarting the camera and checking to make sure that it is fully charged. If that doesn't work, you may need to take the camera in for repair or contact the manufacturer for further assistance.
It's also possible that your viewfinder is dirty, which can cause black or blank spots on the screen. Clean it with a microfiber cloth or a soft brush, being careful not to scratch the surface
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Actually, the problem was that the DISP button was pressed causing the screen to turn black to save battery life. Easy fix. Just pressed the DISP button again until the display showed what i was looking at through the view finder.