Question about Digital Cameras
I KNOW I should have saved the manual! My digital camera is in some wierd mode where my view screen is covered with codes and even a little box with moving graph-looking bars (light sensor maybe). Besides date and number of shots I'm getting a DEV, a AWB, a 40.0 F2.8 and a ISO 100. I've been mucking around in set-up but I'm just making it worse!
When I try to take pictures, it sort of stalls - I get the feeling it's busy doing something important that I really don't need!
Is there a reset to factory settings option somewhere.
You are in a manual mode and all that stuff pertains to the settings of the camera and the graph is alled a histogram. It shows the light spectrum that is hitting the CCD sensor. Techie stuff that some hard core photographers use to make sure a low light or other unorthodox shot will come out. Use the dial on top to select Auto and that stuff should disapear. Most Sony Cameras have a tiny button behind a tiny hole on the bottom or by the USB port that is a reset button. Youll lose all your dates and any INTERNAL memory settings, but none on the memory stick.
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
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