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Re: image color resultion is completely off i cant view...
Hey, First go ahead and restart the computer to see if the problem persist. Then if it does.... Have you done any changes to the Dispay settings? If you have the hardware utilities disk, insert that in the cd and restart. It will run a system check on all video components in the process. This will help to determine if its a display defect or a software issue.
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Many image viewing/editing programs will let you change between negative and positive images, but the simplest thing in Microsoft windows is to just use the built in Paint program. Open the image and select "Invert Colors" from the "Image" menu. You may want to save it out with a different name so you don't erase the original.
There is nothing wrong with your camera. What you are seeing are the blown-out highlights. Those are the portions of your image that have been overexposed so completely that they have lost all detail and will show up as pure white. In most cases the proper fix is to reduce exposure to bring back the detail.
If you simply don't want to see the "blinkies", press up/down on the multiselector repeatedly to cycle through the different views of your images.
dear first tell me when u close the lcd pannel , then is the view finder working fine , if not then view finder cable is broken . u cant fix it your self as u need to open the camcorder .you must not be having the proper tools for that. and regarding the lcd part , if the display is fine for a while ..and then while using it it goes fade , shows grey colour or lines in it . then its lcd problem ...ur lcd need to be replaced .
You can make several adjustments to improve your images such as lightening dark areas, changing the exposure, sharpening blurred edges, and changing the brightness and contrast.
Exposure adjusts the overall intensity of light in an image.
Adaptive Lighting improves only the dark areas in an image without affecting the bright areas.
Brightness adjusts the amount of light in colors ranging from light to dark.
Contrast adjusts the difference in brightness between light and dark areas of an image.
Sharpness helps define edges and the smoothness of texture in an image. Use this tool to make a blurred image appear more focused.
Adjusting the image
Follow the steps below to make adjustments:
Click the View tab and select the image you want to edit by either clicking the image, or by clicking the small box at the bottom left corner of the image.
Figure 1: Select the image
Click the Edit tab and then click the Advanced tab.
On the Advanced tools tab, click Adjust Image .
Select an adjustment from the list on the left.
Figure 2: Adjusting the brightness
The Exposure adjustment is automatically applied when the Adjust Image tool opens. Eight variations of the image are displayed on the left. The current image is displayed in the center. Each image represents a different level of adjustment. When you move the pointer over any of the images on the left, a large version of the image is displayed. Use Preferences to turn this large image preview on or off and to set the timing for the display.
If you want to use a different adjustment tool, select Adaptive Lighting , Brightness , Contrast , or Sharpness from the list.
Select one of the images on the left.
Do one of the following:
Click Accept to accept all changes and exit from the Color Toolkit.
Click Cancel to discard all changes and exit from the Color Toolkit.
If you have finished modifying the image, do one of the following to save your changes:
Click Save to overwrite the original image.
Click Save As to save the modified image with a different name.
A histogram is a graphic representation of the distribution of brightness values in an image. The C-5500 has two histograms. One displays a real-time graph on the LCD screen as you compose your images and during the Quick View of images after they are shot. The DIRECT histogram displays potentially over and under-exposed areas in the image with a grid of squares—red for over-exposure and blue for under-exposure. You can set the histogram to OFF to prevent the histogram from appearing.