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Area captured different from viewfinder area

The area captured in the photo is different from what I saw in the viewfinder.

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Re: Area captured different from viewfinder area

Make sure you look straight through the viewfinder. Keep in mind that the area visible through the viewfinder is slightly smaller than the area captured in the photo. If you're taking a close-up or macro mode picture, turn the camera dial to the LCD mode so that you can use your LCD screen to preview your picture.

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