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I'm unable to get a full size image on my D80's monitor.

The monitor screen on my D80 will only display a thumbnail view. I've been through the manual and can not find what I must have done wrong. Anyone?

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You must have accidentally hit the Thumbnail button while viewing photos (the one with a magnifying glass and 4-way arrow). Press the Playback Zoom button (bottom one with just the magnifying glass) to go back to single frame view. If you keep pressing the Zoom button it will zoom in further on the image you are viewing, and you can use the arrows to move around in it.

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