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Sony F55 Recorded Display

LCD recorded display (on top) shows the battery life, resolution of recorded image, and number of images. On the bottom of the screen shows the image number, date image recorded and the time of recording. Question: Is there any way to capture a full view of the recorded image by deleting this printed information from the LCD display screen after a picture is taken? -- Josh

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    need image captured to be full, not restricted

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Once you turn it on in PLAY mode: Menu Bar Display will stay on for a few seconds (asking you to push up for menu). You can push up, then push down on the black round button). This removes the Menu stuff. The display stuff that you asked should be solved by hitting the "DISPLAY" button once if on. ....and it should stay OFF. There should be nothing on the screen except your picture or mpeg. My display does not pop back on in all three modes (play,still, movie) If yours does; that sounds like a problem.

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While in any mode (camera,play,movie), press the display button on the camera to remove all text on the screen. Press it again to make it come back. I hope that was what you were asking.

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The filename (e.g. DSC0012.jpg) shows the image number, the filespec shows the date and time recorded. Most software will give you document info about resolution of the image. I wouldn't worry about what the battery status was when the shot was taken or how many other images were on the Mstick. I guess I'm not sure what you need.

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