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When I view my pics on camera, I cannot view back (left)

When I try to view back a microphone looking symbol and the work Start: Shutter appear. How can I get rid of this. It says nothing in the manual.

Please help, thank you

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Janet

when you are view your pictures you have taken you are hitting the little movie camera button which is at the top of where you are pressing the arrow back and forth. just hit that button again and the
microphone will go away. I have had this happen to me. the button are small and our fingers are to big. once the microphone goes off you will be able to push the arrows to view your pictures forward
and backwards.

hope i have helped you

connie

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