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Setting Details appear on playback screen

When I play back my pictures all the setting details appear on the screen therefore covering the pictures which is very annoying..Is there a setting to turn this off.

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Re: Setting Details appear on playback screen

We need to know the make & model of your camera to advise as they are all different. Best regards, Informatica.

Posted on Sep 01, 2007

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I cannot look back my photos i have taken on camera

Press the MODE button to enter the playback mode. A right-pointing triangle will appear in the upper-left corner of the screen.

Full details are in the "Playback Mode" section of the manual, beginning on page 14.

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When in playback mode, black patches flash on the screen, only in white areas. Actual pictures are not affected once uploaded and printed but its a very annoying problem! Nikon D50

You're seeing blown-out highlights. These are the portions of your picture that have been so overexposed that they've gone pure white, losing all details. This is generally considered a bad thing, but as the camera doesn't know whether you're deliberately going for that effect, it's merely warning you. The proper fix is to reduce exposure (the easiest way is by using exposure compensation) so as to bring back the lost details. This runs the risk of losing details in the shadows as they go pure black, but this generally isn't as bad as losing details in the highlights. We don't expect to see things in the dark, after all.

That was the long answer. The short answer is to repeatedly press up/down on the multiselector to choose a different view of your picture.

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When reviewing my pictures the info details are covering the image how do i get rid of it?

Usually there is an info or display button that you can cycle through the different modes: Full screen playback, with shot information, histogram and RGB Histogram. Refer to your manual to find the exact procedure.

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If Canon S1 IS does not show picture in camera mode and show memory card stored pictures in playback then its CCD Imgaer problem and ccd imager will be replaced.
Canon will repair it free of cost, click Canon CCD Imager Advisory for details.

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When camera is switch on the menu shows but no picture/image

Your camera seems to have ccd chip problem. Image chips goes bad sometimes and when you play recorded image it is ok but when you want to turn on the camera to take picutures, you'll see scrambled image or no image at all. The remedy for this symptom requires a replacement of ccd chip. The average repair for ccd problem is $100-$130 in the repair market. -James

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Information displayed over picture on screen

If you press the magnifying glass button when in playback mode, the data dissappears. I don't know if that fully answers your question, though.

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Display light is on but no picture full white screen

it seems that the camera settings are set to a customised setting
try setting the camera back to default
(page 100 of the manual)

then try to add personal setting again
the default will remove any strange lens filters or setting affecting your images


Oct 12, 2007 | Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D Digital Camera

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it can be possible to select reset icon by selecting menu option.  
it is not possible to take this type of pictures because at auto flash mode the subject can't be covered witin flash range .therefore picture may underexposed however the forground within flash range may correctly exposed.If we do all this at flash off mode the motion of subject will appear  as blurred due to slow shutter speed.

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