Question about Cameras
The language has been set to Japanese,"I think" and I want to change it to english
You didn't say what kind of printer but look it up and find the menu logic diagram. Use the english version to identify which Japanese options to use.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I cannot set the menu
if you know to read Japanese then you will have to go the menu and change the language.
but if there is no option to select different language then you cannot change the menu setting by using a firmware patch.
Posted on Jul 31, 2008
I find it amusing for the Olympus Camedia C-3020 producers to make a product that can be read by the Japanese alone.....Digital cameras should supposedly "Globally" useful.....Maybe I need to go to Japan and study Japanese first.... Thanks anyway for trying.....
George - NMI
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
There may be a simple fix to this problem.
Find a friend that has a cybershot of the same model as your own. In their camera, open the menu and navigate to the language setting. While you do this count how many times you press the button. Example:
-camera settings 1
-personal settings 3 press ok
-storage type 1
-date and time 2
-language 3 press ok
-english 2 press ok
Although the language is different, the number of spaces should be the same, so even though you can't read it to change the language, you should be able to count it out. Or if you are lucky you may have a Japanese friend who can read it.
Hope this helps
Posted on May 01, 2009
You can download the manual (in english) from here .....
The important thing to note is that irrespective which language its in, the menu choices are the same in all languages. i.e. if menu choice one is <data> in english, its the same in Japanese - even if it looks like a stream of rather pretty characters.
Menu language is dealt with on page 29 of the manual. It looks like a simple change if you recognise the icons they have used.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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