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Images on LCD are upside down.

I turned on my Camcorder and the images on the LCD during record/ playback and just viewing are upside down unless you rotate the screen. What do I do to adjust this - I have no idea how it got this way.

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  • Anonymous Jul 24, 2008

    I have the same problem. The LCD screen is upside down, unless I flip the screen. How do I get to the settings menu to change format

  • mikevelez63 Jul 24, 2008

    My LCD screen is upside down unless I rotate the screen. How do I get to settings to reset

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You have to go to settings and adjust from there...find LCD settings and that should do it.

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