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1) this is indicative the lcd camera has been faulty. 2) you must replace it. 3) contact your company supplier, and get the parts, you can do it yourself, only need small screwdrivers and common sense. God bless you
I don't know where you are. In the UK, I think I would have tried to take this back to the vendor for a replacement or refund early on (in the first year of ownership), but in other countries your rights may be different. Two years on is a bit late to make a warranty claim or return as faulty. Perhaps Panasonic's offer to exchange the camera may be your best option.
If you perform a Google search on the camera make and model you will find a number of consumer reviews, written by ordinary owners, as well as reviews by professionals. This may help you decide whether the model has problems or it is just the one you own.
The best solution in most cases is to reduce the exposure so as to avoid the blown-out highlights. However, if you simply want to get rid of them on the screen, press up/down on the multiselector to select a view you prefer.
Press the Home button. Touch the right-pointing triangle to enter Playback mode. Here you can review your photos and videos. You can rotate, crop, protect, and delete your pics and protect and delete your videos. You can also print using Pictbridge.
For full details, please consult your manual starting at page 26. If you've misplaced your manual, you can download one from the manufacturer's web site at http://vivitar.com
Turn the camera on. Press the display button (second button down right next to the LCD (Labeled LCD/info) to turn on the LCD. Make sure you are not in review mode. Here is a link I am sure you will find helpful (its what I used to solve this problem) http://www.kodak.com/global/en/service/publications/urg00714toc.jhtml
Let me know if this works
CONGRATS on getting your first digital camera!!!! :D
Look back at your review. (Which is just going through the pics you have taken previously.)
If you want to be absolutely certain, go back and take a pic, then go to your review and see if the pic you had deleted is gone!!!