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Sony dsc p100

I have a sony dsc p100. I took some photos in multi burst mode and got 16 frames per photo. How do I turn these shots back into a single frame/photo?

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  • Darin Brumby Aug 18, 2007

    yes I want to them back to a single shot?

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Not sure what you mean? You have 16 single shots one after another Now what do you want to do? Turn the camera back to single shot? Read the Manual -Full manual in PDF format on disk Do something with the shots themselves? Use image editor in computer Do none of these? Try another way of putting the question

Posted on Aug 14, 2007

  • john ash
    john ash Aug 18, 2007

    Still no getting this
    Do you mean you want to join them up into a panorama?
    What hems when you see them on the screen on the computer?

  • john ash
    john ash Aug 18, 2007

    Or if it is sixteen Identical shots
    delete q5 of them.
    Or do a screen capture of one and edit it in an image editor

    If you cannot follow any of this
    describe exactly what you have.

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