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Shutter noise How can I eliminate the shutter noise? I have turned all sounds off but there is still a sound when taking a picture.

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Here's a link to Samsung Customer Support for cameras: http://www.samsungcamerausa.com/support_contact.asp You should be able to get all your questions answered here. Good luck

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