I just took photos and was able to view them in playback mode - first small pics, then large. Turn the camera off. The next day, I was unable to view large pics in playback mode. Only could view small pics. Also, the icon for the camera and the playback mode has changed and looks strange. You can see other graphic? or something behind the original. When trying to take a photo, no icons appear, such as flash, mode etc. I just tried it and the camera menu looks different but I could change the flash and mode and playback large pic. Perhaps last 6 photos got corrupted?
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maybe its not you memory card try using the usb and hook it up to your computer to see what photos you have taken or you can use the playback mode to view them and see if you took photos on accident this happend to me but i found out it left my finger on the shutter button and took lots of pics or if you have young ones around you ask if they mess with your camera
Make sure you have set the date and time correctly on your camera.
View the picture you want to Time stamp, by changing left hand slider to green icon.
Press the circular 'Menu/Set' button
Press down arrow to get to playback mode in the onscreen menu.
Press right arrow to access this menu.
Press down arrow until 'text stamp' is highlighted.
Press right arrow to select.
Choose whether to apply stamp to single or multiple photos
Press 'Menu/set' to select photo to stamp.
Choose which stamps to add. Date, time, age etc..
Press 'Menu/set' again and select the 'Yes' box.
The only problem with this is that it will re-size your photos to about 3m, which can make them grainier if you took them at a higher resolution. Unfortunately there is no other way to time stamp your photos on this camera.
When you turn on the camera, it's in Photo Capture mode. Press the MODE button twice to enter the Playback mode. You can press LEFT/RIGHT to scroll through the images. Pressing T will zoom in, while W will zoom out.
exactly the same problem in Hong Kong. Live view isn't working. turn on-off, change battery, reset setting, format memory card wouldn't work or solve anything. just send it back to customer service centre.
First, are you trying to view the photos on your camera, or is this after you've downloaded them onto your computer?
I took a look at my Cyber-Shot and it looks like it sorts photos strictly by the numbering sequence, not by date. I couldn't find a way to prioritize it to view by date in the playback menus either. Have you tried viewing them in index mode? You can do this by pushing the "Home" button while in playback mode. From there you can pick either single, index or slide show mode. If you have already tried this, do the photos still show up out of sequence?
If you are trying to view your photos on your computer, it's a simple fix, and it's only slightly different from Mac to PC. When you have the folder open containing all the photo files, simply click on the field at the top of the columns that you want to view them by, i.e., "file size", "file type", "date modified", etc.
With the camera in Playback mode (reviewing pictures you have already taken), press the DISP button until the LCD shows what you want -- no information, basic information, or full shooting information.