Question about Sony Cyber-shot DSC-W100 Digital Camera

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SONY DSC-W100 1)I need to reset all default setting on my camera.Is there a reset button on this camera? 2)I have trouble taking pictures at a night baseball game.What is the best setting for this camera?Thats why I messed up all the setting cause I played with all the settings and I could never get a good picture all night.Thanks

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  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2009

    The grey button doesnt work. I mean I tried to push it in, it doesnt work

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It can be possible to select reset icon by selecting menu option.  
it is not possible to take this type of pictures because at auto flash mode the subject can't be covered witin flash range .therefore picture may underexposed however the forground within flash range may correctly exposed.If we do all this at flash off mode the motion of subject will appear  as blurred due to slow shutter speed.

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There's a little grey button next to the memory card slot. That's the reset button.

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Look in the menu for the reset function.

Posted on Dec 02, 2007

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