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Erasing images from the camera

I have a canaon ixus 750, using the camera, when I try to erase an image, the only option I get is to erase all - is it possible to chooses omly the images I want to erase.

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  • linda0528 Aug 24, 2008

    Is it possible to retrieve erased images, I only wanted to erase one, and all were erased?

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Play back the images, go to the one you want, and press the down button. It should ask you if you want to erase that one image.

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