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Video Settings Hi - why can Ii change the settings for video to low light - night and then increase the brightness and I get a perfect pic - why does it return to dark preset when I start to record - manual saya to press save but does not exist!! Thanks

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Hey there,

I remember reading about this in my manual
It's under one of the TIP! sections, on page 46 under the 'Video Camera' topic. It says the following;

  • "When you exit the video camera all your settings will return to default, except Video Size and Video Quality. Any non-default setting you require will need to be reset, for example colour tone and white balance. Check them before you shoot your next video."



Same applies to the Camera settings on page 43;

  • "When you exit the camera, all yours settings will return to default, except image size and image quality. Any non-default settings you require will need to be reset, for example, colour tone and ISO, Check them before you take your next photo."


Hope this helps!
- Ness. :3

Posted on Nov 17, 2008

  • Anonymous Nov 17, 2008

    Oh yeah, I forgot to mention my User Guide if for Australian Customers I'm guessing.
    Also I found on the first page into the guide the following;



    • "Some of the contents in this manual may differ from your phone depending on the software of the phone and your service provider."


    That's so retarded.
    - Ness


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