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Xacti camera shoots stills with a grid pattern

My Xacti Camera shots video fine, but when taking pictures there is always a wierd grid pattern. What is wrong?

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The grid pattern is in the settings of the camera, its designed for architecture photography, you can remove it in the menu.

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