Question about Sony A Alpha - Camera Digital Slt-a65v Slr - A65 - Sony
The camera sets up folders on the storage media with a "Read Only" attribute. This creates two problems. First, folders copied to my Windows 7 PC come across as read only. This the photos can't be edited. Fortunately you can access the folder on your PC and remove the read only in the folder properties (what a hassle). Secondly, the folders on the camera can't be deleted from the PC. You can delete folders by using features on the camera (what a hassle). Any way to turn of "read only" on the camera folders?
Posted by Anonymous on
To avoid accidental deletion of the images, or unanticipated corruption of the folders. If it is really 'such a hassle' to change the properties on a few folders, maybe you should get a different camera, or a different hobby.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Please try this, turn on your camera, insert a blank memory stick, slide the side switch down to the lowest point, should say “No file in this folder” click on menu, click on Setup, use the arrows and go to Memory Stick, choose “Copy” choose “Album” the “OK” this will copy all you pictures from the Album in your camera to your memory stick.
Hope this helps J
Posted on Jun 17, 2008
SOURCE: Delete the file in MSC folder
The folder is created automatically on the memory card, you should be able to browse to it by connecting the camera to your computer and opening up the camera storage through "My Computer" on your desktop.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
SOURCE: File Folders
You cant delete the folders as the camera makes them to store photos , when you just connect the memory stick without the camera into a card reader you can delete the photos .However the 2 folders are there because 1 is used to store the internal memory pictures and the memory stick or you might have created another folder by changing the path of storage
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
Please try Power Resetting the Camera.
To Power Reset the Camera, First, please turn OFF the Camera.
Then, remove the battery pack from the Camera.
Then, press and hold the POWER button on the Camera for 30 seconds.
Then, reinsert the battery pack and check whether the issue is resolved.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
The images will be in the DCIM Folder.
Go to the "My Computer" or "Computer" window, click on the Drive which represent the Camera and locate the DCIM folder and delete the images.
However, it is recommend to delete the images using the Camera (not from the Computer).
You may try formatting the Memory Stick. Formatting the Memory Stick will delete all the Data from the Memory Stick (Camera).
To format the Memory Stick:
Press the Menu button on the Camera -> SETUP -> MEMORY STICK TOOL -> Format -> OK.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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