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Sony digi cam dsc-s600 my video screen too small

When I playback my takes on Video with this Sony Digital Camera DSC-S600 the screen appears too small

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Go to Menu and Initialize your DSC-S600 camera. Problem will resolve.

Posted on Oct 22, 2008

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