"Quick Tips: Change SD600 sounds"
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Quick Tips: Change SD600 sounds
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>> You probably use your digital camera a lot. If you're like the millions who have this Canon Powershot SD600, you might be a little tired of the little beep it makes whenever you press a button. I'm Tom Merritt from CNET.com and I've got some Quick Tips to change the operation sounds on your SD600 or get rid of them altogether. First, slide the mode switch to the playback option here. Press the menu button. Do you hear that sound? That's what we're gonna change. Select the My Camera menu. It's the icon of a person with a camera. Here you can customize several options, most of them work the same way. I'm going to show you how to change the operations sound. Use this ring here as a directional control. Press up to go up, down to go down, etcetera. Go down to operation sound. Now push right on the ring to move the cursor over to the right for option two. This is one you can customize. Now press the DISP button, the DISP button. It will show you a small control panel. When you're ready to record your new sound, highlight the record button. Then press func set and make your sound. Blah. It only records for a brief period so you have to be ready, but you can record again if you need to. Move to the play icon to listen to your sound. If you're happy, highlight the little camera icon to register your sound. Press right on the ring to highlight okay, then press func set again. Now when you press buttons, you'll hear your new sound. If you wanna go back to the default sound, press left on the ring to highlight the number one and press func set again. Funky set. To have no sound at all, go left until you highlight the icon with the X and press func set. Once you're happy with your settings, press the menu button again to go back to normal camera operations. That's it for this Quick Tip. I'm Tom Merritt for CNET.com.
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