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Turning off the startup tune.

How do you turn off the little ring sound when you turn on and off the camera? It's getting very annoying.

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Go to the menu, settings ,sounds.. turn off startup sounds.. you should have sounds for when you take a picture and maybe a few more.... If you can't turn the sound off you should be able to lower the volume of the sound you don't want so as you can't hear it....
Hope this helps.....

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