When I review the shots on my D50 there is what appears to be a bar graph at the bottom of the shot. It does not appear when multiple shots are reviewed at once and it does not appear when picutres are downloaded. It is different in each shot and appears to possibly vary based on the contrast of the shot with white areas resulting in a higher "graph". ??
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You're going to have to tell me a bit more about what your conditions were at the time. What kind of shot? Was the sun very close to the edge of your photo? What time of day was it? Morning/evening? Shutter speed, f-stop, ISO.
Without knowing what you were shooting and when, it's difficult to diagnose what the "problem" is. Did the next shot exhibit the same thing? Is it doing it all the time? Were you by any chance wearing polarized sunglasses when viewing the monitor or does it appear that way without sunglasses?
Sorry for the questions, but you don't give me much to go on.
1) this is indicative the lcd camera has been faulty. 2) you must replace it. 3) contact your company supplier, and get the parts, you can do it yourself, only need small screwdrivers and common sense. God bless you
Are you saying that you're using a white background but it doesn't appear white in the pictures? If so, then yes, you need to change the white balance to match the light. Probably "tungsten" but you could try different settings and pick the one you like best or you could use a white piece of paper and set a manual white balance.
After you take a picture and while you are viewing the image press the UP or DOWN on the directional button... you will see that you can scroll thru several screens of image info. These are very helpful when doing pro shots and making sure the settings you have are proper for the effect you want. Scroll to the screen with just the date and time stamp at the bottom. If any of the other screens pop up in the future you know that you can just scroll thru again with the up or down arrows.
This camera has soooo much info that it's hard to remember everything. I had a D50 before this one and I'm still learning...even after a year of ownership.
- In the tray bar its an icon for the printer, you click there and a submenu where the printer name appears, click the submenu and a window will popup.
- In this window, go to options menu and you'll see the first options submenu (state options or something like that, not the cleaning option)
- And there you'll find a "Sounds" section where you can choose to hear all, warnings or nothing. And that is all.
If you cant find the tray bar icon, then you can go to start, programs, find the canon Laser Shot LBP-1120 folder and find the State Window Shortcut, the icon will appear in the tray bar now.