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RGB Histogram will not turn off

We were taking pictures of christmas lights at night. I must have pressed the wrong button because the histogram display came on and I cant turn it off.

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While viewing the picture press the up arrow on the arrow pad. Scroll through it till you get to normal mode. It will scroll through the index, histogram, highlight and then normal.

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Histogram image


Press the up or down arrows on the multi-function selector button on the back of the camera to cycle through the various display functions until you get the one you want. The histogram display usually shows when you have unintentionally pressed one of the arrow buttons accidentally.

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Can I remove histogram which apears on screen when taking a photo? It is distracting!


While the histogram can be distracting, it can be very useful to ensure that your image is well composed and the lighting is good.

To remove the histogram, put the camera in video or picture taking mode, press the up arrow (disp) key to cycle through three different display types: Histogram + indicators on (where you are now), nothing but the picture (where you want to be) and picture with indicators. Indicators include battery charge state, image quality, etc. Not needed while taking pictures, but nice to be able to take a look.

See page 33 of the manual for your camera.
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When viewing the picture, Press the multi selector up or down to cycle through the following information:
File Information↔Shooting Data Page 1↔Shooting Data Page 2 ↔ Retouch History (retouched copies only)↔Highlights↔RGB Histogram↔File Information.

The "Multi-selector" is the "arrow" buttons: Up, down, left, right.

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RGB Histogram will not turn off.


It's not hard... I had the same problem, but I found this solution on the internet and it worked.
First turn on the camera and press the play button.
You are now viewing your picture with the histogram.
Use the same joystick looking kind of button that you use to scroll left and right through the pictures, but instead of going left and right, go UP OR DOWN. That scrolls through the different display settings.

Hope that helps!

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to turn this setting off just press the down arrow button when reviewing your photos. you will scroll through a number of ways to view tho photo including histogram, and one of the settings is just the picture.

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Use the multi selector button ( the round button with the 4 arrows) and used the up and down arrows to cycle throug various modes. Refer to the attached picture. -Vish

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