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Developed Pictures My developed indoor pictures have scenes from more than 1 of the pictures taken.

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I didn't think double exposures were possible with digital cameras! You learn something new every day! BUT--to find out if it is the camera or some doofus who is sloppy making prints for you, download a whole bunch to your (or anyone's) computer, and see if there are any double exposures. I think whoever developed your pictures must have had one hell of a hangover. COMPLAIN. I bet they will send you redone and complete new copies.

Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

I hope this helps.

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1. Delete the messages that say: file contains no message off your camera.
2. The pictures should be already on your computer.
3. Save your pictures to a blank CD.
4. Go to a store with the CD, and get your pictures developed.

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