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Displays Table of Numbers on LCD before each picture

Every time I attempt to take a picture, a 2 column table of numbers with the headers 'Total' and 'Delta' appears on the LCD. I can hit any button and it'll go away, but the table re-appears every single time I want to take another picture. It doesn't prevent me from taking the pics, but it's hard to set up a picture with this stupid table always in the way. I've reset the camera, re-formatted all the memory, re-applied the 1.02 firmware. Don't know what else to do. Any ideas? The table looks something like this: TOTAL DELTA 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100 Thanks! David

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Re: Displays Table of Numbers on LCD before each picture

That sounds like a service menu. Did you recently have your camera sent into repairs? Try resetting your camera and see if that goes away. In REC mode press menu go to setup tab go up until you see reset press right arrow & highlight reset press set. Hope that works for you.

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