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htc desire s camera problem


Nenad
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With my new camera I find that when taking a photograph there is a small picture of the last one shot in the viewfinder/screen. Why is this and how can I delete it? Advice please.

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Nontek

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I don't actually know, but have you looked in Settings, there is probably an option to show/hide the small pic.

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Nontek

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User Instructions ...

Scroll down to Page 99 and then look at Review Duration! You should be able to adjust this accordingly.

Or look through the Instructions to find the relevant Setting.

I don't have the HTC, but hope this helps!

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Nenad

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Hi Nontek Thanks for trying to help. Unfortunately I have since tried all the Review options but this hasn't got rid of the last shot from the viewfinder.

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Nontek

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Have a look at other Settings, including Display.

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Nenad

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Hi Nontek Thank you for the last suggestion. However I have had advice from HTC who say that this is a built-in feature of this model and can't be modified or deleted. So it's unusual and presumably meant to enhance the experience of taking photographs. I am pleased to have found the answer to this query which has been bugging me.

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Nontek

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Fine - thanks for your feedback.

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