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Whenever I have taken a photo and go to look at it there is noise in the background of the photo. It's as if there is a voice recorder on the camera and it records what is being said whenever the photo is being taken!

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What is the exact make/model of the camera. without more info I would assume its an option on the camera.
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Lee

Posted on Jun 13, 2008

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