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Trying to view pictures fdron a Nikon d300 odn a sony bravia using hdmi connection but cannot recognise the hdmi device on the tv

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You cannot connect the camera directly to the TV using HDMI. Tv works as a output device. So after connecting the camera to the TV using HDMI check the following :

1. Make sure the input mode in your TV is set to HDMI
2. In the camera the output mode should be selected to HDMI. If you do not have that option in your camera in that case you will rquire a computer which has a HDMI port.

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Try switching HDMI channel input using the bravia remote, try also different HDMI inputs.

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If possible to try a different cable that will be better because sometimes this is just a problem with the cable..

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