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Playback every time i go to view a photo, a bunch of information is displayed for 3 or so seconds, then dissapears. Any way to get rid of that? as its really annoying when your trying to scroll through photos.

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Yes, it's in your set up. you can turn off the picture details at all times.
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if you select the left button on the function pad (flower) it will hide the details when you are viewing the picture. but you have to do this each time a new picture is displayed.

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