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One thing to remember is that most digital cameras capture an image and a thumb nail, the thumb nail in many cases is a separate file. So the problem can be the camera itself.
The other issue is the image editing software you are using and how you are capturing the image? Are you capturing in jpg tiff or Canon Raw? While jpg is the easiest the best quality is with raw. You may need a plug in depending on which program you are using. iphoto is fairly good and you can check the Apple site or the canon site for plug ins for you camera. Download them, restart and see if the problem still exists. Software for Cannon and iphoto are free ( assuming you have ilife). Personally I love Adobe Elements and again check for recent plug ins. Good health and God bless.
The LCD screen may display a FILE ERROR message when trying to view a still image on the camera if the image was rotated, modified and overwritten using editing software on a computer. To play images you have taken on the camera, it is recommended that you do not make any changes to the original image files. I suggest that you transfer the images from the Camera to the computer and check if it works. After transferring the images, get the Memory formatted from the Camera and start capturing new images. The edited images will not get displayed in the Camera again. Please try not to edit the images in the Computer without transferring it.
hi, if your using your camera with a memory card then all you need to do is take the memory card out and plug it into your card reader and then you will be able to access them via your computer it will be listed under my computer.
The software that comes with the camera is basically an photo edit software witch you dont really need so try doing it the memory card way or plug your camera into your computer and then wait a minute or two your computer will then pick the camera up as an extra drive and allow you to see the pictures, all you need to do then is copy them into your pictures file by dragging and dropping them into your picture file.
Have the camera file and picture file side by side then just drag and drop all the pictures you want to put on your pc then you can delete all the ones on your camera to free up the memory to take more pictures.
You dont actually need the software but if you do want the image edit software then goto the google homepage and type in software for sanyo camera
this will then load up load of sites that will let you download the software for free.
Let me know how you get on or if you need further assistance ok.
You "should" take larger pictures with your camera and then after downloading them onto your computer, change the image size on the PC using your image editing software. There will be a function to allow you to "resize" the image. Resize it to the 500x500 you are allowed to upload. However, since an image is typically not square, make the longest side the 500 pixels and let the shorter side change as it will (keeping the "aspect ratio" so it remains proportional). IMPORTANT: Save the "edited" image as NEW file so you retain your original. I hope this is clear. If not, please post again and I'll try to give you more information...
This camera is not capable to shoot images in black and white as this is not a menu selectable feature of this camera. You can take the image in color and then download it to your computer and then using photo editing software change the image to black and white or monotone using the edit function in that photo editing program.
your best bet is to resize the images. you can easly resize using windows or easier using the camera software, under zoombrowser go to internet then email emages, follow that then save the images to your computer then try those images. If could be that the ones that wouldn't transfer they could have been edited, if the DPI setting of the image has been changes or set in anyway that could be makign the images over 27"
On the camera you can easily change the resolution of fuure images y pressing func/set button and scrolling down to the bottom where you have L , M1 M@ M# S, try choosing S if your not planning on printing images other than on your report