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Playback problem my the camera is *istDS. with camera on, good batteries, a push of the playback button often does not display any images. The camera does not leave capture mode. Anyone experiencing the same. Ideas welcome. This "problem" will ocur when first turning it on when I think it should go directly to playback when button pushed.

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