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PICTURES MY PICTURES ARE GOING SIDEWAYS WHEN I TAKE A PICTURE WHAT IS WRONG?

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The camera has a built-in accelerometer, so that it automatically orients the image as soon as you take it. If you are holding the camera sideways, you'll have to turn it back to normal in order to see the image right side up.

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