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Check the menu settings for your display. On page 50 you can see you can set the Image review Time to 2, 4 and 8 seconds as to Hold and Off.
Just using the manual, can help to understand your camera and its functions.
WHEN i TAKE LANDSCAPE REPLY SHOWS PORTRET AND WHEN PORTRET TAKEN REPLY IS ALSO TURNED 90 DEGREES
PLEASE ADVISE that Further to crhendo1's Findind's - i have found that if Picture with the
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Does your camera have a viewfinder? If it does press the display button or change the display settings in your camera's menu. Also, many of the recent camera's that don;t have an optical viewfinder don't give you the option to turn off the display.
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On Auto Setting, hit menu, then scroll down until you get to the display set option. It will have small graduated lines on the left side, and say "bright" on the other. That's your lcd display brightness setting. Good luck!
You can choose to have date and time show or not. If you can do this it will be in your menu settings, either under the date and time set up where you will find a menu choice for this or you will find a choice on the menu scroll down that says display date and time. Your manual should give you the instructions.
There are only two options for adjusting the brightness of pictures in this camera, exposure and flash setting.
1. Flash Options: The flash is off by default. To turn it on you must press the button with the crooked down-arrow label between the DISP and MENU buttons, and the flash status will display in the top right-hand corner of the display screen. OFF displays the crooked down-arrow and a circle with a line through it. Press the button once for AUTO, displays the crooked down arrow with an "A" next to it. Press the button once more to force the flash, displays the crooked arrow only in the top right-hand display. Regardless of mode, the display will blink rapidly while the flash is charging and remain solid when it is charged and ready for use. Keep pressing the crooked down-arrow button to scroll continuously through the three OFF/AUTO/ON options.
2. Exposure setting: Press MENU, then the left arrow on the top right-hand four-way button on the camera until the COLOR menu is selected. Scroll down to EXPOSURE and press the MENU button again. You will see EV on the display. Use the up and down arrows to increase or decrease the exposure setting. 0.0 is default, you can go up to +1.5 or down to -1.5. Press MENU to exit when you're done. +1.5 would be the maximum brightness setting.
I had the same problem but did not have a soldering iron small enough and did feel adept at soldering microcircuitry in any case.
I unscrewed the four side screws, rotating the screen slightly to get at the ones closest to the body of the camera. Carefully removing the back I turned the camera on and noticed that by pressing on the two contacts located at the bottom left where all the circuitry is, the screen came back on full brilliance. I cut a small piece of plastic off of an old credit card approximately 1/2" X 3/4" of an inch. I then folded it in half (biting it tight and then opening it to create a bit of spring). I then carefully placed this double thick plastic over the contacts in the lower left and sandwiched the cover back on. Pressing it tight and put the screws back and voila!... works like a charm. The double thickness of the plastic and little extra pressure from folding the plastic over and opening it a bit was just enough pressure to solve the contact problem.
I expect some technicians will think this is kind of a *cheat* but from my experience with soldering - especially tiny stuff, I just did not feel comfortable with that option. Anyway hope it helps some other novices, it is a quick fix.
Do you have the Camera User Guide~~~It tells you how to set it on p37
I found this on the Camera User Guide
1.press the function/setting button
2.on the left side,there's a column displaying various features, and then you go to select the very last one, and then it will displays more options for you to choose(L,M1,M2,M3,S, postcard,etc), and then "postcard" is the one you should choose.
3.After that, go to "menu", go down to the very bottom on the option list, you will see that the "Date Stamp" is being set "off", go there and choose other options (date/date and time). This is how you can display time on the pictures.
In picture-taking mode, hit the Func Set button. You will see menus of options along the left side and bottom of the display.
Tap the bottom of the scroll ring (the ring around the Func Set button) until the bottom option of the left menu is highlighted in red. This option sets the image size of the pictures you are taking.
Change this size by rotating the scroll wheel. The 5 options are Large, Medium1, Medium2, Medium3, and Small. The image size in pixels is displayed above the bottom menu as you switch between sizes.
When finished, hit Func Set again.