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>press print photos and red eye removal buttons at the same time it will say enter special key combo
>press red eye removal then print photos then back to red eye removal successively
>then use the blue button to look for reset menu then press ok
>then press the blue button again to look for semi full reset then press ok
This question is answered for you in the 800si user manual. By pressing the program-reset button, marked with a P top right, this will re-set all camera fuctions, but not red eye reduction-data memory-and ISO setting. To turn on red-eye, press the flash-mode button in the inside of door, turn front or rear dial untill a small "eye" appears in data panel. When selected, the flash will fire a series of small bursts before the main burst, causing the pupils to close slightly, so reducing red-eye. To turn off red-eye, select another flash mode. Resetting all custom fuctions, press and hold the ajust button in door of panel, slide main switch to LOCK then return it to ON.
To take photos with red eye reduction requires your flash to firerapidly before snapping the pic. Make sure camera is in record mode pres the 4 way switch with the lightning sign on it. The flash modes will pop up. select red eye flash.
To fix red-eye after a photo is taken. Bring up the photo in playback mode and press menu button. Red eye reduction should be available as one of the menu items. Otherwise, display the pic, press OK button in center and if you like the fixed picture then select yes to store it.
Hi The product you have given has Built-in flash with Auto, Forced on, Red-eye on, and forced off (Red-eye reduction On or Off). There is a 1 1/8" diameter lens with a built-in lens
cover that automatically opens and closes when the on/off button is
pressed. Above the lens is the viewfinder window, flash and tiny
(almost unnoticeable) microphone. There is also a small circle that has
three functions: the autofocus assist beam, red-eye reduction lamp,
self-timer lamp. A wrist strap comes with the camera and attaches
through a slot on the front of the camera near the side.
To the right of those buttons is the
four-way controller, used for menu navigation as well
Up - Metering (Evaluative, center-weighted,
Down - Drive (Single-shot, continuous,
Left - Focus (Auto, macro, infinity)
Right - Flash (Auto w/redeye reduction,
auto, flash on w/redeye reduction, flash on, flash
i also found this annoying, the tracker chassis is similar to the ip-op chassis, which you can find instructions for online. however when the chassis is folded, you first have to adjust the handle, to do this you push in the round black buttons either side of the handle, make sure the handle is in a strait line with the rest of the chassis. also check that the front wheels are in NON steering mode by pushing in the red button on the left hand side of the chassis. once this is ok, you go back to the handle and push in the red button in the middle of the handle that confusingly says fold, as you push the button in, twist the black fold casing downwards, put your foot on the bottom crossbar and pull the handle towrds you. the chassis should start unfolding keep pulling the handle and pushing the bottom cross bar with your foot until the chassis clicks and locks on both sides. da dah!!!!! there you go. now wait till want to fold it again bloody thing is a nightmare without instructions.
The flashing eye indicates that the red eye minimizer feature is enabled. My NV 10 has buttons on the back that line up with features on the screen. Try to find the one that looks like an eye. That option is often times tied to the flash feature. The flash may be able to be turned on with the same button.
Open your camera as if you were going to take a photo, if you look at the 4 arrows, you'll see one next to it with a lightening bolt next to it. If you press it twice a little symbol should come up which looks like an eye and this is the setting to get rid of 'red-eye'. This button controls the falsh, click it once for auto, twice for red eye, 3 times for flash on and 4 times for flash off :) Hope that helps
I can help with the red eye - I've had the camera a year now and have only just found it myself!! - After you've taken your shot, review the picture and then press the Hold button, press the right side of the menu button, just as you would when switching through your pics. In the blue menu bar at the top you will see the red eye 'paint' symbol, press down on the menu button and it will 'red eye fix.
RED EYE is caused by the sudden flash from your camera and the eyes reflex reaction to the sudden light. So what the red eye reduction does is to double flash to counter the reaction. You can try adding an external light source to to your subject. in addition to the following procedures for your camera in the manual, the indicator location on page 64 Flash On Flash Off Red-eye reduction C REC modes on page 52, Snapshot; pg 64, have the flash fire automatically when required (Auto Flash) * Turn off the flash ... recording with flash, reducing the chance of red-eye in the image (Red- eye reduction) In this case, the flash fires automatically;
Also, be aware of the following:
The approximate effective range of the flash is shown below. Wide Angle Optical Zoom: Approximately 0.4 to 2.9 meters (1.3´ to 9.5´) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto) Telephoto Optical Zoom: Approximately 0.4 to 1.6 meters (1.3´ to 5.2´) (ISO Sensitivity: Auto) * Depends on zoom factor