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    The green light is in fact the low light warning as mentioned above. If I turn the flash on it goes out and the little thunder bolt comes up in the viewfinder.

    Ah ha, the mystery has been solved! I knew the collective smarts of APUG could rise to the challenge.

    Thanks again all.

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    Hi Eric
    The green light in the view finder is to let you know that you are using a slow shutter speed and you may therefore suffer from camera shake.If you point thecamera from low to high light it should go out
    Regards Norman

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