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How do I view all the pictures and videos that I've taken?

How do I view all the pictures that I've taken?

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Check your manual, the playback button usually has a small -> (arrow) on it. put it in that mode and use the toggle (round area around menu button) to view all the photos.

Posted on Apr 15, 2009

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If you have an exceptional amount of pictures on your camera...This could be a simple problem solver? You need to remove some or all your of your pictures from your camera to create more memory and storage.

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However, if you want to zoom in further, you can using the software you were provided with your camera, you can, you can also zoom in using your camera menu. Once happy you can then save the edited picture. But this time its a digital zoom and it will reduce the resolution. The picture won't look quite as fine. It will be a balance between picture quality and the extent you want to zoom in.

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