The problem is that when I connect my camera to the TV, the pictures only can be seen on black and white. Why this happen. Is the cable broken? Please help me to know what to do to see colored pictures on my TV.
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Re: A/V cable sony dsc-w70
On the Camera itself u will see a setting saying TV Out Format or just TV Out...........
Just go to that Option and the Format should be NTSC not PAL..............
Just change it to NTSC and ur problem is resolved.......................
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From the shooting menu, select "Color." You can select "B&W" for black-and-white, or "Sepia" for the old-fashioned brownish look. For full details look in the manual under "Shooting menu." It's on page 32 of the online version of the manual available on the manufacturer's web site at http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=DSCW70
I have not yet heard of yellow pictures on the DSC-W70 and I know this camera very well.
It might be that you have a white-balance impurity problem causing the yellow glow?
Try to reset the software back to factory settings:
1. Put the camera selection knob to the `green` camera.
Now press the `menu` button.
Use the right arrow to move all the way to the little toolbox picture.
Once in the setup menu, use the arrow pointing down to move to the little toolbox with a `1`
Now press the right arrow again and then the right arrow when you have highlighted `Initialize`
Now press the `middle` button on the arrow control keys.
Camera wants to know are you sure - select OK again.
You will now have to input the date and time again.
Check to see if the photos come out correctly now.
If not.... it might be a faulty CCD unit and you will have to contact Sony for service information
I found out how to do this at last, you turn the dial to P instead of auto, then when in picture taking mode instead of playback you click menu, B&W is one of the options that comes up first! So simple but it took me ages to find!!
it is very simple when u connect ur camera to pc through data cabel u seen dat dere is some driver automatically u need not ny software to connect to ur pc...
if u r using windows xp....
when u connect it automatically ask u to copy images......
if it not ask then u hv to transfer ur picture through cardreader...
but it can be used to transfer ur memorycard pictures..
Try re-charging your battery or you may check your memory stick. If the cause of this problem is by an accidental drop of the device, then may be you suspected right on the lens. It may cause dis a line of gears... ^_^
I just happen to cross your question, searching for something else. You may have to take pictures with the time and date on screen and it will save it that way. To request it after is just letting you know when it was shot. so go to display when taking shots on the set menu or button and have it visible when shooting.
About the black and white pictures on the TV... not normal I think... I have never seen your camera model but a common thing can happen to any camera!!
Have you already tryed to connect the camera to your TV using a AC Adapter (D-AC8 in your case)?
Are the connections Ok? You're connecting following the manual instructions?
If you don't have it download it... :)