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DSC-W55 movie camera video display problem

On DSC-W55 Sony Cyber-Shot camera............ the movie camera screen display has shrunk down to a square inch display and no longer fills the complete screen..

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Your quality setting is probably set to the E-Mail quality. This makes the video low quality and tiny.

Just press the button that you use to delete pictures with the regular screen on and change the image quality.

Posted on Jul 19, 2008

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