Question about Cameras
You don't tell us what kind of camera you have, so it's rather difficult to tell; however here are the general principles that apply to most cameras.
You should be viewing photos, rather than being ready to take another one.
To erase one picture, press the button that has an icon of a trash can on it. You will be asked to confirm that you want to erase it.
To erase all pictures on your memory card, again from 'playback' mode, press the menu button - you'll have to search for the "erase all" function because it won't be too easy to find (deliberately). If you see a scroll bar, you may have to press "down" until you can see the options that are off the screen, but it should be there.
Any problems, post back with the model number of the camera.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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