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On the bottom of the screen in video mode there is a square on the right and a pause symbol in the middle which means it is taking a movie. Click the middle pause icon to stop it taking a movie. It will turn into a red dot. Then click the square on the right side to switch it to still camera mode. On the left you will see a thumbnail of the movie that was taken. To delete it, click on it and then click on the trash can in the upper right.
If you click on a picture, you see the square with the up arrow in the bottom left corner. Press that square. You now see a blue ball with a v in it on the right bottom corner. This means you can add more pictures, by going through your pictures and tap them. Not to many, because most mail servers allow not many pictures in one mail. then top right, press next. Then choose mail. Now you can enter the mailadres, subject and you can write the mail. Then top right press send.
In the camera/shooting mode, press the bottom of the 4-way button and you will see the drive mode options appear on the LCD. The top icon (square) should be highlighted. Scroll with the up/down buttons to the 10 second or 2 second delay icon, and then press the Func/Set button in the middle. To return to normal, do the same thing but select the square icon.
With the camera in the shooting mode, press the bottom of the multicontroller. You should see a set of icons displayed vertically on your LCD, with a square at the top and a couple of circles with a 2 and a 10. Press the bottom of the controller again to highlight either the circle with the 2 (2 second delay) or the circle with the 10 (10 second delay). Press the Set button to select. To return to normal shooting mode, repeat the process but select the square at the top.
the square with the p in it is telling you the camera is in auto focus mode (it is selected by the mode ring on the top of the camera)
there is a switch on the left side of the lens body which should be set to AF
the camera is now in point and shoot mode which is the best setting unless you know what you are doing with all the manual settings.
to select movie mode turn the mode dial to the movie clip icon
press the menu button and use the directional arrows to select the 30 fps option
this is the highest setting
it will give you about 30 mins recording time with a 1 gig card.
Once it's in camera mode, you should have a "Settings" option (bottom button, closest to screen when holding the phone in camera mode). Under that, you should be able to scroll along to 'Turn on Self-Timer'. Once turned on, you have about 10-15 seconds once you press the shutter before it takes a picture.
If you're not getting the option to Turn on the timer, it might be the Shoot Mode your in (some options disappear depending on the mode you've selected). Self-Timer is at least under "Normal" mode.
I have the same camera. The green square icon appears while the camera is saving the picture. From your description, I think you were using "Shot Confirmation", and this setting was cleared during the repairs.
Have you tried going into the Setup mode (on the dial) and reselecting Shot Confirmation? (p. 143 in the manual)