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The picture orientation is not accurate. What should I do?

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Re: The picture orientation is not accurate. What should I do? - Kodak EasyShare C360 Digital Camera Digital Cameras

Set the Orientation Sensor to ON

Posted on Aug 29, 2005

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The picture orientation can be set manually.

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Check chapter "Changing your frame orientation".

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Pictures can only be viewed from your camera, if it was taken by your camera or the same model. If this picture was taken from this camera, chances are, you might have altered it when you browsed it with your computer. You may try to re-orient this picture to it's original orientation using your computer. If this does not work, Back up all pictures into a folder in your computer. Reformat your memory stick using your camera and start taking pictures again.

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