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Learn how to delete pictures using the Canon A610/A620
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Deleting a picture using the CanonA610 is pretty simple. And let’s turn the camera on. You don’t want to be in the playback mode so just move the switch to the playback mode and notice all the blue icons on the back of the camera really turning in the playback mode.
So in this case, this icon here, this is your trash can icon that allows you delete. So, just press this bottom, it asks you, do you want to erase it or do you want to not erase it, you want to cancel. If you hit the set button right now, it’s going to erase. If you choose to cancel, you can press the right navigation button, highlight the cancel, and then hit set and now it cancels.
Now, there is another way that that’s how you want to delete one picture at a time. If you press the menu button, right there, and you get the menu and you can see here, down here, it says erase all. So, if you want to erase all the pictures on your camera or all the pictures which are not protected and you can protect pictures here, you can protect pictures then to erase all now, erase everything except for the pictures which are protected. So, that’s how you do that.
Let’s get out. Let’s press the erase button and erase is highlighted. I’m going to hit set and that’s it. The picture is gone.