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Words/specifications on the screen

Hi all, I was wondering if anyone could help me turn off the specifications that appear when you are viewing the photos on the camera. i have looked through the manual and can't seem to find the option to turn of specs. I dont know if there is an option to turn it off but i find it really hard to view the photos on the screen. Any help would be great. Thankyou Kris

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  • D M Jan 09, 2008

    Hi I also am having a problem after reading the manual and looking around the camera features to turn off the information about the picture when viewing the pictures. It is driving me crazy and I would love to know if there is anything that can be done to get it off the screen!

    Thanks so much,
    D

  • D M Jan 09, 2008

    Hi all--I was having the same problem as kris02 about the information on the screen when viewing pictures. Does anyone know how to get the information off? It is driving me nuts and they do not address it in the manual!

    Thanks so much!

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I don't know how to completely make it leave,

but when veiwing the picture,
press the o.k. button and it goes away.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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