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New camera, no manual

My camera says the memory is full, but i don't know how to delete the pictures. i don't have a manual to explain eveything help please?

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Oh, thats simple, all you do is go to the review your photos (to do that you click the small rectangular button that has a green arrow above it, and that will bring you to review your photos)
from there you want to press the down button and a menu will appear, go up to delete and click on it, then delete it

hope that helped!

Posted on Jun 15, 2008

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