I use the zooom feature and move the image right, or left or up or down. It is right where I want it and then I hit the "set" button, but it does not save the changed image. When I go to the next photo, it reverts back to the original.
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Re: How do I crop my pics right on the LCD screen.
As far as I know (and I have two) the 300d has no crop function, you will need to do this on your computer after download.
I did double check the manual and there is no reference to cropping.
You can rotate the image when in rotate mode using the set button if that is what you were thinking of...?
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Did you possibly open one of the picture with microsoft picture viewer or imaging software and maybe crop or fix something on one of the pics you will need to go to the application and remove it from there and save it to your pic folder first.....Try your imaging programs first
Most cameras will not have that feature built into them. The editing and display software that came with your camera will let you make those changes. You should check the manufacturers website to download the most recent version of that software.
This allows you to see where your photo is over or under exposed. It helps you see if the exposure is set right.
You can turn it on and off by moving the Up/Down/Left/Right button up or down. This will move you thorough the image data (shutter speed, aperature, file format...etc.). It should show "Highlights" on the screen when you have this selected.
Hopefully you resolved this already. If not, push the "DISP." button left of the MENU button. Pushing it gives you three options: black (for discreet shooting so your LCD doesn't give garner dirty looks from fellow concert goers), liveview, and liveview with info overlayed (shooting mode, ISO, etc.). Good luck!
Can you use the LCD screen to review photos by pressing the play button on the left?
If you can then getting the image to be viewed after it is takencan be fixed by a simple setting.
I have an XTi so yours should be almost identical:
Press the "Menu" button. Press the button on the right side of the circle to move to the playback menu (looks like a play button) Press down to "review time" Press the "set" button (in the center of the circle) choose an amount of time or hold (too keep it on the screen until you take the next picture) if you wish. Press the "set" button Press the "menu" button to exit the menu and that should fixya.
The Samsung S850 has an internal feature to do this. I have one. Put in your memory card and turn on the camera, push the button on the bottom right hand side of the lcd screen to view the picture, next when you see a picture (it can be any picture) push the OK button, this brings up a set of commands across the top of the screen, as you go across the commands one of them will be "copy to card". Select yes and the camera will copy the pictures to the card.
One configuration option for the F700 is to turn off the LCD when taking pictures and use the view finder-- this saves battery power. If you press the DISP button to the right of the LCD should turn on. . To turn the LCD back on-- Press MENU/OK (you should see the SELF TIMER screen). Press RIGHT ARROW to select the SET option. Press UP ARROW to select the SETUP option. Press MENU/OK. You should see the SET-UP screen. Use the UP/DOWN Arrows to navigate the options; use the LEFT/RIGHT Arrows to cycle through the options. The IMAGE DISP and the LCD options control when the LCD is powered on.