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What does the dial mode selector mean, hence: M S P SCN

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Where is the SCN mode on a canon rebel xsi


There are some scene modes available in the Basic Zone. Simply turn the mode dial on the top of the camera to the desired mode.
Full details are in the "Basic Shooting and Image Playback" section of the manual (beginning on page 43 in my copy). If you need a copy of the manual, you may download one here.

Mar 06, 2012 | Canon EOS Rebel XSi Digital Camera

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How do I reset Sony DSC- H20 back to manufacturer's original settings? Thank you!


ON the camera, turn mode selector to SCN mode, click MENU button, scroll down and select the "briefcase" icon. Inside it, you will find a "Hammer & Spanner" icon on the left, as the 2nd one from top, select it, and then select INITIALIZE, then center button.

Jan 18, 2010 | Sony Cyber-shot® DSC-H20 Digital Camera

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Flash player don't work?! please help.


Sorry, but your question is confusing: Flash Player is an Adobe product which allows online video streaming. Your DSC-V1 is just a camera and neither has nor needs Flash Player.

Perhaps you're confusing it with the camera flash used to provide light when taking photos? If the flash is set to "on" it should usually pop up and fire except when the camera is set to certain scene modes (see below). The other flash settings are "off" (no lightning flash icon) and "slow" (the letters SL appear next to the lightning icon). The only other icon which can appear next to it to the left are the scene modes. These only appear when the mode selector dial is set to "SCN" and there are six of them: beach mode (palm tree and beach icon); snow mode (snowman icon); portrait mode (a pair of heads and shoulders icon); landscape mode (mountains in a picture frame icon); twilight portrait mode (crescent moon and a head and torso icon); and twilight mode (crescent moon icon). Of these, only the last one prevents the flash from firing even if switched on.

You can learn more about these by clicking this link to the Sony website which has a downloadable .pdf manual. The scene modes and what they do is explained on pages 63 & 64.

I hope that you've found my answer to be of use and in return ask only that you return the favour by rating my answer. If your problem remains unresolved then please explain clearly what you'd like to know in a comment and I'll try again: I've been using a DSC-V1 regularly since 2004 so there's not much about it which I'm unfamiliar with.


Jul 16, 2009 | Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-V1 Digital Camera

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Need manual for kenwood tk-270 transceiver does any one no were i


Field Programming procedure for the Kenwood TK-270 or TK-370 handhelds. Press and hold (light) & (dial) while turning on radio. Hold until (SEL) appears on the display. Pressing (SCN) allows you to program the following 1. Monitor KeyOff = off1 = Monitor momentary2 = Monitor Lock3 = Squelch off momentary 2. Scan KeyOff = offCo = carrier operateTo = Time operate 3. Dial KeyOff = offOn = enable 4. TA keyTA = talkaroundRV = ReverseOff 5. Lo KeyOnOff 6. PriorityNone1 = fixed2 = selected 7. Fixed Priority ChannelTurn selector to channel 8. Look back time ATurn selector to time in seconds 9. Look back time BTurn selector to time in seconds 10. Revert Channel1 = Selected2 = Last Call3 = Last used4 = Selected + Talkback5 = Priority6 = Priority + Talkback 11. Tx Dwell timeTurn selector to time in seconds 12. Drop out delayTurn selector to time in seconds 13. Time out timerTurn selector to time in seconds 14. Tot Pre-alertTurn selector to time in seconds 15. Tot Rekey timeTurn selector to time in seconds 16. Tot reset timeTurn selector to time in seconds

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Only about half the modes work on mode selector dial


Sounds to me like the internal contacts aren't working correctly. Let your local camera store take a look. Hope it's under warranty. 

Dec 03, 2008 | Canon EOS 400D / Rebel XTi Digital Camera

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SCN Mode on Canon A560


It confused me too. Just go to SCN and hit the function.Set button (the little round button). It brings up a menu and you can switch left or right with the menu controls.

May 25, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A560 Digital Camera

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Wont take photos outside


The symptoms you're describing could be caused by either the "Fireworks" special scene selection mode, or manual mode with too much exposure compensation. Look at your mode selector (back of the camera, upper left hand corner). Is the mode set to the still image setting (pointing at the liittle red camera)? Or is it set to special scene selection (SCN)?

If you are unintentionally in SCN mode, to get it out of "Fireworks", just turn the mode selector dial to select "still image" (pointing at the little red camera). Or you can also select an SCN mode more appropriate for outdoors. Just turn the dial to SCN, press the FUNC button, then press the left/right arrow buttons to select Portrait, Beach, Snow etc...

But if your mode selector is already in still image selection, then check to make sure that you're not in "Manual" picture mode. Turn the mode selector dial to "still picture mode" (pointing at the little red camera), then press the "FUNC" button. Now look at the bottom of the screen. If it says "Manual", press the "left" button controller once to select and put the camera in "Auto" still picture mode.

Feb 29, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A400 Digital Camera

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How to increase brightness in Canon Powersot A620 ?


Are you asking about brightness as viewed on the LCD, or are you asking about increasing brightness on the actual image taken? If it's the image, there are two special modes that you can select on your mode dial. They are "Night Scene", "Night Snaphot", and "Indoor". A description of both, along with your camera's other special settings, may be found here:

http://www.canon.co.jp/imaging/mode/camera/scene-e.html

"Night Scene" can be selected directly from the dial. It's the one showing a person standing under a star. Note that Night Scene should be used with a tripod to reduce the potential for blurriness.

"Night Snapshot" works almost as well, but does not require a tripod. It can be accessed by selecting SCN on the dial, and then pressing right or left with the selection buttons until it shows in the menu. The camera will remember this setting the next time you select SCN. I usually keep my camera always set to this setting so that I merely have to select SCN to use it.

"Indoor" works very well in those large rooms that may produce dark backgrounds when taking photos. It also does not require a tripod. It's accessed the same way as "Night Snapshot" (Select SCN, then right/left until selected). This is another good setting that I like to keep sometimes set in SCN.

Try all three settings, (and don't forget all the others too). Think you'll be impressed.

Feb 23, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A620 Digital Camera

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MVC-CD300 for Dummies?


for average still shots, do I need to constantly monitor & adjust scene selection (twilight, landscape, portrait)? No, just leave it on the little teal colored camera. If you want to use the scene selections then it must be on SCN. I unfortunately spent a lot of time when I first got this camera switching between scenes without putting it on SCN - so it didn't really change scenes! Also, when switching modes, must I turn camera off before rotating mode dial? No

Sep 12, 2005 | Sony Mavica MVC-CD300 Digital Camera

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