When I take a picture and I press the button to look at it, the picture just taken is sometimes out of order from the rest. For example, I find one picture from a picnic in the group of pictures I took at the beach two days ago!
I've noticed that if I delete a previously taken picture, my newly taken picture will go in that old spot. What should I do? is there any way I can fix this stupid thing without wasting money? Thanks.
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If you mean that you can't see all the pictures you've taken with your camera to show randomly on your camera screen, you need to activate the Slideshow feature in your camera menu.
Some cameras have this feature while others don't, check the menu on your camera and look for Slide Show, if it has it then you can go back and press the review button for your photos and it should play/show all the photos you've taken in a slide show fashion, hope this helps ?
While playing a song, press the Quick Options Menu button (small circle), you will see an option for "REPEAT", choose from:
No Repeat Play tracks in normal order and
One Play the current track repeatedly.
All Play all tracks repeatedly.
RandomAll Play all tracks in random order.
Dir Normal Repeat all tracks in the current
Dir Rep Repeat all tracks in all folders.
Dir Random Play folders in random order.
Putting Yourself in the Picture
The Self Timer creates a 10-second delay between the time you press the
Shutter button and the time the picture is taken.
1 Place the camera on a flat surface or use a
2 In any Still mode, press the Self Timer
The Self Timer icon appears in the
3 Compose the scene. Then press the Shutter
button half-way and hold to set the
exposure and focus, then press the rest of
the way down. Move so that you are in the
The Self Timer light blinks slowly for 8
seconds (then quickly for 2 seconds)
before the picture is taken. The camera
"clicks" when the picture is captured. To
turn off the shutter sound, see page 64.
The Self Timer turns off after you take the
picture or if you change modes.
To cancel the Self Timer before the picture
is taken, press the Self Timer button. (The
Self Timer setting remains active.)
To turn off the Self Timer, press the Self
Timer button twice.
Press the repeat/random button until it shows "r1" will repeat the current track.
Press the repeat/random button until it shows "rA" will repeat the entire CD.
Press the repeat/random button until it shows "rd" will play all tracks in random order.
Press the repeat/random button until nothing shows will cancel repeat/random playback.
I had the same exact problem.The lens is not extending out fully or correctly, probably has broken or damaged gear or gears and needs to be replaced. Expensive repair done by Olympus. It is a very tricky and fragile repair on your own, requiring micro screwdrivers and soldering tool. I replaced my own lens but it was hard to find one.
Maybe you have the player set to random mode so its playing random songs in random orders. If so, press the round mode button in the middle until "RAN" in the top right corner of the screen is no longer displayed.
Hi, You cannot exactly reset the whole TV, but you can press the PMode button on your remote control a few times to cycle through all the picture modes (Dynamic, Standard, etc.) in order to factory reset each picture mode.