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Image quality using default factory settings is awful. Colors are
over-blown, faces are washed-out, and highlights are cropped. People on
the internet compained that there is no brightness control -- there
is..but its hidden in a menu. Press the Setup button on the remote and
move to the "System" settings. I've found these settings produce a
fairly correct balance of color, detail, and brightness: * Brightness=5 * Contrast=1 * Saturation=2
you will need to connect your digital camera to your computer through a usb port and install it once its connected to the usb lead it should automatically in windows 7 or you might have to open it open up manually click start right click on my computer you should see your mass storage device if you dont see it click start control panel administration tools computer management device manager scroll through all of the devices if you see a yellow question or exclamation mark or a red x you will need to update the driver right click on the device to update driver if your computer came with a motherboard disc the drivers could be on it
click start click on my computer to open from there you should see your camera then right click to open you should find the photos in there click start all programs accessories open windows explorer navigate to your photos right click on the photo's select copy navigate back to the photo folderright click select paste or select the top photo hold the mouse cursor then select the bottom photo then drag the photos to my documents my pictures folder then drop them hope this helps you
Right click on Computer or My Computer (depending on your Windows version, assuming you're using Windows). Click on Manage to bring up the Computer Management utility. Click on Disk Management under Storage. It will show the various drives/disks in your computer, one of which should be that SanDisk. Try giving it a different drive letter by right-clicking on it and choosing Change Drive Letter. Sometimes they insist on being drive F, but when that's already taken, it doesn't take the next available letter, so you have to do it manually as shown above.
Hi, u need to arrange the photos by size or by alphabetical order in your desktop first, then u need to transfer it to ur pendrive, then plug it to ur device everything will b fine then. Rate the soln dude plz n tell me what happened