Just bought it... 'My colours' option is not accessible.
I followed my manual but when I scroll down the left hand side icon column... it skips that option (which is set to off) my metering mode, and my flash exposure as well.
What should I do?
Thanks in advance.
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Press the MENU/SET button. Press cursor-left. Use cursor-up/down to select the wrench icon and press cursor-right. Use cursor-up/down to select the talking-head icon. Use cursor-up/down to select the desired language and press MENU/SET.
Turn on the camera and press the Menu button, then press the right arrow button to move over one column to the Setup menu (looks like two tools). Scroll down to the language selection.....
example which you can see...
On my dsc-h2 it's in Menu >scroll to the right to Setup (last on the list) > scroll down to Setup 1 (toolbox icon) > click right on the wheel (flower icon) > scroll down to the third option (folder with an A icon) > click right again and look for English. If the steps are different for your model sony, you can download a users guide from sonystyle.com customer support page.
You can choose to have date and time show or not. If you can do this it will be in your menu settings, either under the date and time set up where you will find a menu choice for this or you will find a choice on the menu scroll down that says display date and time. Your manual should give you the instructions.
After going through the menu and choosing user image, view the picture you would like to set as your start image. Press the button with the E on it that is underneath the zoom button. The screen should then show four images across the top, say the word "RESIZE" under that, and have the numbers 7,5,3,and 1 down the left hand side of the display. Below the number one there is an icon of a person and a camera. Scroll down to that icon and press the OK button. Your start image should now be chosen. Turn you camera off and power it back up to see if it worked. Hope this helped.
In order to use the date stamp option, the image size (L, M1, M2, M3, S, Postcard) has to be set to Postcard. Press the Func/Set button, scroll down to the image size icon (lower left corner), then scroll over to Postcard, and press the Func/Set button again.
When you turn your camera on, there is a screen which appears in the viewfinder. Push the FUNC SET button and then scroll down the column on the left of your viewfinder until you come to the one with the letters M1 M2 M3 S, etc to the right. Then select the one called "Postcard 1600x1200" by scrolling to the right. Your camera is then in the post card mode. You can then go to the date stamp in the menu and your camera will not skip over it any longer! EUREKA!!