Using the Quick View Button
Press the QUICK VIEW button.
The last picture taken is displayed. Use the arrow pad to display other pictures.
Press the QUICK VIEW button again when you are ready to take another picture.
Using the Mode Dial
Turn the mode dial to the playback option (the green arrow).
Use the arrow pad to navigate to your picture of choice.
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Press the picture review button (triangle pointing to the right). You can review all of the pictures you have taken on the LCD using the left/right buttons to move between pictures. It is a good idea to use the review function frequently. Not only will you know if you got the picture, but, using the delete function, you will be able to remove unwanted exposures and free up space in your memory.
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Well it would be easier to give you exact instructions if you included a model name and/or number of digital camera you are asking about. Without that information, all I can do is give you general terms that pertain to the majority of digital cameras.
To review the pictures, turn the camera on and press the "review" button on the back. Then use the arrow keys to navagate the pictures one by one.
Try to check if the memory is already full, delete some files before taking pictures again.
or Try to check the battery if fully charged
also, review the manual, you might have to review the settings of your camera
1. Turn off the camera.
2. Remove the memory card.
3. Remove the batteries.
4. Wait at least 3-5 minutes.
5. Place the memory card and batteries.
6. Turn on the camera in any mode except review mode.
7. Take any ordinary picture.
8. Change the camera mode to review.
9. What happened now. Is everything normal. if not please write a comment to explain the situation.
Assuming your LCD still works, go to the camera settings and reset the entire camera to the default factory settings. This will help you determine if it is a hardware or software problem. If you are still unable to get into the photo review, you may have a hardware problem.
The feature for reviewing EXIF file information is built into the Windows XP operating system.
To review EXIF file information:
Right-click a picture file, and then select Properties.
Select the Summary tab, and then click the Advanced button. The Advanced window provides details about the picture file.