Not Really a Problem, But Can Someone Find An Answer?
I was looking at a picture my camera took the other day, not in an image viewer, but in a text viewer, so that I could see the internal data that made up the image file. In particular, I was looking at the EXIF data at the head of the file, when I noticed that just after the time and date and camera model, there was what appeared to be a name: "Park Byeongchanf" I rather think the 'f' at the end was not part of the name, but it definitely looks like a name to me. My former camera was an Olympus C120, and it didn't have any names in it... can anyone tell me why this person's name is on all my pictures now? If it's one of the camera designers, isn't it a bit presumptuous to put his name on the pictures the camera takes? Just wondering if you had any insight into this, or had heard of it before. I googled the name but didn't find anything revealing.
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Re: Not Really a Problem, But Can Someone Find An Answer?
Sounds more like information left on your memory card than the camera. Try reformatting the memory card and seeing what happens. I think you have that command in your camera menu. If Not you put the card in a card reader attached to your computer and reformat it.
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This is ccd imager chip problem, that chip will be replaced in your Canon A75 camera to get correct live view in camera mode to take pictures. Canon offers free of cost ccd imager replacement for A75 and few other model, click Canon CCD Imager Advisory for details.
There are different settings. You can view the past photos because you are using the viewer for that, but you have a setting off in the menu. You need to turn on view photo or preview photo after picture taken.
I am not sure what it is in the Canon line, but look in your manual for the setting.
First you can adjust the images that have been taken in one of many software programs available and you may even have one if it came with your camera, if you have Photoshop Elements you can open the images and color correct them, if you or someone you know that has the Full version of Photoshop you can really make serious adjustments and corrections, providing of course how good a friend they are and if they are willing to help you out. Even if the card sat around for a couple of years it shouldn't affect the images. The green cast thing with the flash is really dependent on what type of camera you are using and if it's the built-in flash or an add-on flash unit on a DSLR camera, can you provide alittle more info so I can help you further?
These cameras have an internal store and also can use a card. So, when you add a card, it is writing to that store and only shows you the pictures stored there unless you change the device settings or remove the card. If so, the images you have on the EasyShare One internal store may be originals Another possibility is that you did a BragBook synch to EasyShare and you might be able to see these images in your 'Favorites' view. The 'Camera Favorites' or BragBook pictures are a smaller version of original images, to allow you to carry more pictures with you to share, but these pictures may be a lower resolution version of the images you took. They would be sufficient for printing 4x6 pictures, but not enlargements. Change to Favorites mode to see if they show up that way. Good luck! DigiChick.
Look in Explorer at the .jpg files on your card to make sure they have information in each file.
Next, make sure your software is set to view .jpg files,i.e. Faststone Image viewer (download.com) can be set for virtually any image format.
If you viewed the images on the lcd monitor they were on the card at that time. Make sure you haven't somehow protected those image files or have accidentally reformatted it.