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Unable to actually see the photo in progress in the lcd!

I read the whold darn manual and I still can only take photo's while looking through the view finder as the lcd only shows the technical info, but has no problem showing the finished photo. Why????????? Anyone?? PLEASE?

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I suppose you are referring to EOS XSi.
Hit the menu button
Go to the fifth menu, and choose the "Live View function settings"
On "Live Viwe shoot." select "Enable" option"
Go back to shooting modes.
The option works only with non automatic modes.
Hit the "SET" button each time you want to see the current picture in the screen, instead through the viewfinder.
Set to MF on the lens switch "AF-MF"

Please let me now if it works.



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