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How do I get rid of the image details when I playback photos? Not sure how I turned that function on.

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If your camera has an "info" button, press that while looking at your images.

Posted on Nov 14, 2009

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My Nikon D60 has a little screen with camera information in front of each photo which I try to playback for viewing. How can I get rid of it?


Hi Paula,

Press the UP / DOWN arrows (on the wheel to the right of the display) while displaying an image to cycle thru the display options until you get what you want. Press LEFT / RIGHT arrows to advance / rewind images in the display.

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The 350D doesn't have this Live View function. You can however, playback photos you've captured on the camera. Pressing the "play" button ought to show those pictures. If nothing appears, make sure you have images on the CF card. If you do but nothing shows up, the LCD is faulty and needs the Canon tech to look at.

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It baffled me too, at first. What has happened is that the navigation dial has been (probably) accidently pressed, thus putting the display in "highlight" mode. When it is doing the blinky thing, press the down arrow to scroll thru the playback modes. A couple of presses and you'll be back to normal. This will show you the super light areas of an image, so it can be useful to avoid loss of detail in highlighted areas, but it sure looks wierd at first.

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Playback


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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What good is a camera that doesn't take photo's?


contacted Fuji - they offered to fix it for ?160.Didnt give a reason for the failure. Didn't get it fixed as a new one only costs ?220! Will be keeping clear of Fuji's in the future.

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"pixel mapping" function


The pixel mapping function checks the CCD and image processing functions. For optimized results, be sure to activate the pixel mapping function only after the camera's power has been turned off for at least one minute following shooting or playback.

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"Pixel mapping" function


The pixel mapping function checks the CCD and image processing functions. For optimized results, be sure to activate the pixel mapping function only after the camera's power has been turned off for at least one minute following shooting or playback.

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