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sounds like an iso issue. its a pain but try to write down all your current settings then try resetting in the menu. and try applying all your previous recent settings one by one in shutter priority mode and take a pic before applying each one to see what tips the camera to react the way it has, long process but not sure its a camera issue more just a setting
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To follow up on my previous confirmation of this issue, I followed the instructions on Brothers website:
The clicking has now gone. hope this helps!