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It says i got the full 52 pics how do i delete them off the camera?

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When you plug it into the USB there should be an option to delete without moving. There is a way to delete straight from the camera; it is something like press and hold one of the back buttons and then press the "shoot" button. I found your question whilst looking for the answer!

Have a play with it; I know there is a way, I've used it but always forget!! Good Luck.

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

  • XRobS Aug 03, 2010

    To delete without plugging in to USB, press the LEFT button on the back until a flashing square appears next to the battery meter top left. Then press the "shoot" button. It deletes in order (either first to last or last to first. No choices). Better to move to the PC and selectively delete.

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