20 Most Recent Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-D770 Digital Camera Questions & Answers


No, from what I have been reading, it isn't compatible. Other users report an Error 14. Sony does say in their manual that not even all PCMCIA cards will work.

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Aug 19, 2007


Hi Paul, Sorry, but there is no firewire setup on the D770. There is a video output jack on the camera only. You will have to use big ATA or PCMCIA cards and plug them into the PCMCIA card slot. You can also use PCMCIA card adapters for MemoryStick, SmartMedia, and CompactFlash cards(CF). Those are your only options of media for the laptop or PC. The camera comes with a parallel port PCMCIA cardreader. It is reccommended to be used on your PC. Hope this info helps you out.

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Jun 20, 2007


Tom, It's best to do the zoom first, then focus (if you are using the autofocus).

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Sep 11, 2005


Yes. It can be set to automatically show the histogram after every exosure, or on demand by pressing the review button twice. Both are done in CAM mode.

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Sep 11, 2005


For me, it didn't work! May depend on your system, i.e. Monitor. I asked about the same question some time back but nobody answered... So, I guess it isn't a problem ??? Good luck

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Sep 11, 2005


I have the same camera and haven't found any software from Sony. Your best bet - and it's faster too - is to get a USB to Compact Flash and/or SmartMedia reader from one the the digital camera stores (Newer, Simple, SanDisk are a few brands) for less than $100, plus get a higher capacity Compact Flash or Smartmedia card. That doesn't solve the problem of using Memory Sticks - perhaps Sony will wake up and realize that serious users are using Macs! No big loss since Sony bundled only an 8 meg stick thou.

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Sep 11, 2005


Sorry, No they can't be used! There is a difference in the power pinouts of the Microdrive that prevents it working in the D7xx cameras.

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Sep 11, 2005


Try going to the control panel, add new hardware, and follow the prompts.

Sony Cyber-Shot... • Answered on Sep 08, 2005


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Sony Cameras • Answered on Feb 18, 2021


Try this: Main Menu -> Settings -> Initialize -> Restore factory settings

Sony Cameras • Answered on Oct 19, 2020


Unfortunately this is a Japanese spec walkman and there is no option to change the language!you could try to flash (replace) the firmware from an English spec walkman but if not done properly that could damage it and make it unusable!I would just live with it and possibly learn Japanese ??

Sony Cameras • Answered on Jun 09, 2020


Not unless your willing to do it yourself. Tweezers to pick at it or a precision screwdriver set to dissemble the unit and remove the card and reassemble. Good Luck Mr.Mike

Sony Cameras • Answered on May 21, 2020


clean memory slot (use air blower contact cleaner spray etc carefully and less force lest the dust particles will fall on the CCD.

Sony Cameras • Answered on Jan 08, 2020

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