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How to transfer internal memory pictures on a DSCW70
Unlike most brands/ models of cameras, the Sony CyberShot (DSC) cameras feature internal memories, (not enough to hold sufficient data). If you took a few shots before inserting the memory card, the pictures are stored in the internal memory. You can transfer/ delete those pictures by the following steps.
1. switch off the camera,
2 open the battery/ SD card slot cover and remove the SD card.
3. close the cover and switch on
4. press the display/ preview button and your picture should be visible on the screen.
You can now do whatever you want with your picture.
Does this help? Please provide some feed-back if my answers do help.
on Sep 15, 2014
Missing pictures in Sony Cybershot 7.2 camera
I have meet a lot of people asking similar question. The answer is absolutely Yes. You can always recover the lost photos from your digital camera even you have formatted the device. Formatting won't make the data in your memory card erased permanently. The pictures you formatted are still in the disk of your memory card, just not accessible right now.
The best way to recover them back is trying some photo recovery programs. A nice one is Asoftech Photo Recovery that helped me before. http://www.asoftech.com/apr/
This program can deep scan to find your lost photos first and then perform recovery with nice quality. But before your photos are recovered, please don't take more photos in case your lost photo data are overwritten.
on Feb 14, 2013
My screen shows a blurry picture
I have the exact same problem. When I was in NY last fall, suddenly my camera would only take blurry pictures. I hadn't changed any settings or anything. I can get halfway decent pictures in Auto mode, but any of the other settings only take blurry pictures. Apparently a lot of people have this problem, but no one knows how to solve it...
on Nov 18, 2012
Hi, I just fixed my daughters camera w/same problem.....I read on another site that you squarely hit it on table while holding in hand....I didn't have to slam it just one slightly firm hit and it works fine now...been broken for weeks and tried resetting and pulling battery to no avail...the hit works! viewing screen side is the side I hit on table, only had to do once, and not that hard.(camera was less than 2yr old dsc-70) good luck!
on Apr 21, 2012
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