Question about Cameras
I just got the Sony Cyber-Shot DCS-T2 and have tried to take black and white photos. I read the booklet but the icon to change color modes is not on the screen? What do I do?
What you need to do is select shooting mode and then under that you need to select program mode, and under program menu you need to select the color mode which should allow you to set the camera to take black and white photographs. This being said I would suggest instead of shooting the images in black and white it would be better to convert them to black and white using computer software. It is likely that the software that came with the camera allows you to convert any image to black and white. I hope this helps!
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