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Small box appears on screen

What is this small box that appears when i turn on camera? It appears to be like a frequency band ... I cannot figure out what its for and how to remove it from screen.

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  • longmore1 Dec 29, 2008

    Same problem --smallbox screen appears on left of screen- like a freqency graph. How do I remove this??

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Press the up button and it should go away!

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