Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W50 Digital Camera
One single button on camera with intervals of 10sec 5 sec. icon looks like a Q
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes and no... When printing the photos yourself, you can add the date via software. You can also download software that will allow you to add the date (and save it) before printing your images (http://www.avpsoft.com/products/timetophoto/).
As far as commercial printing kiosks (Walgreens, Walmart ect.) you have already found out that it isn't possible; however, I have found a local Camera Retailer (Mom and Pop shop) with some high end kiosks that read the stored date and ask if you want it included with the picture. The only thing is that it puts the date on the back of the photo, my wife would prefer it on the front.
Posted on Apr 25, 2008
You need to call Sony to see if still have warranty and then if you do they will repair it for you for the cost of shipping. If not you will have to buy a new camera.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
on many sony models such as the dsc f707 and f717 and probably on your model as well ... sony uses a special flash that actually flashes twice .. it does it so fast that it looks like one flash .. the first flash sets up the metering.. the second takes the picture .. so if you try to use a standard flash you will get a dark image since they only flash once .. so you have to use a special flash attachment that is capable of double flashing .. sony, of course, makes them (HVL-F1000) and some outside suppliers as well .. sony calls it "intelligent flash"
here is a low cost "auto slave" flash for your camera:
you dont have to hook this one up .. it uses the normal camera flash to trigger itself .. so you can move it around to get lighting effects or mount it on the camera to augment the normal flash
if you just want to use the internal flash (good to 8 feet) then here is some info ....
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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