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Simple problem had it before....can't rember the setting. When taking a picture, the picture flashes around the white part....outlining it. What is the setting called and what do I change it back to? Evolt 410

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Page 63 of the user manual explains how to use the INFO button on the camera to show various information about an image you are reviewing

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