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In viewfinder magnified centre square showing, zoom function stop

I must have pressed a button (and without manual and in Inner Hebrides help!). In the viewfinder shows a little square with aiming crosshairs inside larger magnified square. When this shows it seems to sometimes disable the zoom function. How do I turn the magnified square off

Have I changed something in settings>

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On the back of the camera to the left of the "BACK" button is a button with a picture of a magnifying glass in a rectangle. If you press this button you should lose the zoom box!! Hope this helps!

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