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Sample images Hey, i would like to know what the sample images on the multimedia card are used for. Can I somehow film with them? ... help? -angie

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Re: Sample images

You can use the sample images to overlay your video and create frames, etc (Card Mix, page 122 of your manual); or possibly for various "My Camera" settings (page 50 of your manual).

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