Then it hits me—maybe you need to go through the CATALOG to access these digitized records. So I looked for a film I had recently rented and, sure enough, the catalog entry had a camera icon for that particular film.
Details at Julie’s Genealogy & History Hub. See FamilySearch: Digitized Records Hiding Out in the Catalog
The Catalog is a guide to birth, marriage, and death records; census records; church registers; books; periodicals; family histories and many other records that contain genealogical information. These records may be searchable online, on microfiche or microfilm, in a book or in a computer file.
Some catalog entries in the FamilySearch include images of records. When an image is available in the catalog, a camera icon will appear to the right of the microfilm note associated with that image. A description of the images is found at News Flash! Digitized Microfilm: From the Drawer to Your Computer
Most microfilm and microfiche records can be sent to your nearest FamilySearch Center. If a particular item is available at another FamilySearch Center besides the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, then a pull-down menu will indicate the locations where the item is available.
You will find the FamilySearch Catalog online at https://familysearch.org/catalog/search. There is also an in-depth overview of the catalog and how best to use it at the Introduction to the FamilySearch Catalog page in the Research Wiki.