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File numbers not displayed on screen

When the camera is switched on the screen does not display the numbers of each photo which we need to identify each picture.

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This may be a very simple problem.

Set the function dial to playback (the box with an arrow inside).

Adjacent to the top right of the LCD screen is a button with a graphic next to it of a box with two vertical lines either side. Each time you press it it alters the amount of onscreen display information and it can also turn off the screen to save battery life The latter is useless in playback mode, but very useful when taking photos if you always use the optical viewfinder as I do.

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