Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S80
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Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S80 Digital Camera, size: 2.0 MB
Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S80
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|pmclendo||10:48am on Monday, October 4th, 2010|
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|stephenjudge||11:13am on Thursday, August 19th, 2010|
|This Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-S80S takes fab pictures and relatively easy to use. I ordered the Sony Cybershot dsc-s80 as one downside on the Sony p73 that I used to own was its size, it was pocket sized.|
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|Versatile, easy to use, excellent battery life Limited software, proprietary connector|
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Back up of the internal memory
If you turn off the power by opening the battery/ Memory Stick cover, etc. during the access lamp is lit, the data in the internal memory may be corrupted. Be sure to back up the data to avoid the potential risk of data loss. See pages 23, 58 on how to back up the data.
Notes on the Nickel-Metal Hydride battery (supplied with DSC-S80/S90 only)
Charge both of the supplied Ni-MH batteries before using the camera for the first time. (t step 1 inRead This First) The batteries can be charged even if they are not completely discharged. Also, even if batteries are not fully charged, you can use the partially charged capacity of the batteries as is. If you do not intend to use the batteries for a long time, use up the existing charge and remove them from your camera, then store them in a cool, dry place. This is to maintain the batteries functions (page 93). For details on the usable batteries, see page 93.
Notes on recording/playback
This camera is neither dust-proof, nor splashproof, nor water-proof. Read Precautions (page 95) before operating the camera. Before you record one-time events, make a trial recording to make sure that the camera is working correctly. Be careful not to get the camera wet. Water entering the inside of the camera may cause malfunctions which in some cases may not be repairable. Do not aim the camera at the sun or other bright light. This may cause irrecoverable damage to your eyes. Or it may cause the malfunction of your camera. Do not use the camera near a location that generates strong radio waves or emits radiation. The camera may not be able to record or play back properly. Using the camera in sandy or dusty locations may cause malfunctions. If moisture condensation occurs, remove it before using the camera (page 95).
Note on the battery pack NP-NH25 (supplied with DSC-ST80 only)
Refer to the operating instructions Cyber-shot Station.
Do not shake or strike the camera. In addition to malfunctions and an inability to record images, this may render the recording medium unusable, or cause image data breakdown, damage or loss. Clean the flash surface before use. The heat of flash emission may cause dirt on the flash surface to become discolored or to stick to the flash surface, resulting in insufficient light emission.
Get more friendly with your camera
Shoot with your favorite settings (Program auto shooting/
Manual shooting) t page 26
Enjoy various shooting/playback using the menu t page 29 Change the default settings t page 45
Connect your camera to a PC or a printer
Copy your images to a computer and enjoy editing them in
various ways t page 56
Print images by connecting your camera directly to a printer
(PictBridge compliant printers only) t page 69
Table of contents
Notes on using your camera...4
Basic techniques for better images..10
Focus Focusing on a subject successfully... 10 Exposure Adjusting the light intensity... 11 Color On the effects of lighting... 12 Quality On image quality and image size.. 13
Identifying parts....15 Indicators on the screen...17 Changing the screen display..21 Number of still images and recording time of movies..22 When you do not have a Memory Stick (Recording with the internal memory)...23 Battery life and number of images that can be recorded/viewed.24 Using the mode dial...26
Using menu items...29 Menu items...30
(EV) 9 (Focus) (Metering Mode) WB (White Bal) ISO (P.Quality) Mode (REC Mode) M (Interval) (Flash Level) PFX (P.Effect) (Saturation) (Contrast) (Sharpness) (Setup)
Viewing menu.... 38
(Folder) - (Protect) DPOF (Print) (Slide) (Resize) (Rotate) (Divide) (Setup) Trimming
Using Setup items... 45
Camera 1... 46
AF Mode Digital Zoom Date/Time Red Eye Reduction AF Illuminator Auto Review
Camera 2... 49
Internal Memory Tool.. 50
Memory Stick Tool.... 51
Format Create REC. Folder Change REC. Folder Copy
Setup 1.... 53
LCD Backlight Beep Language Initialize
Setup 2.... 54
File Number USB Connect Video Out Clock Set
Enjoying your Windows computer...56 Copying images to your computer...58 Viewing image files stored on a computer with your camera (using a Memory Stick)....64 Using the supplied software...65 Using your Macintosh computer..67
DSC-S80/ST80/S60 NH-AA-DA (Ni-MH)*1 Alkaline*2 Battery pack NP-NH25*590
DSC-S80/ST80/S60 NH-AA-DA (Ni-MH)*1 Alkaline*2
*1 Supplied with DSC-S90/DSC-S80 *2 Supplied with DSC-S60 *3 Supplied with DSC-ST80 Viewing single images in order at about three second intervals
Battery LCD screen On LCD screen Off (Approx.) (Approx.)
DSC-S90 Enjoying the camera NH-AA-DA (Ni-MH)*1 Alkaline*2 Battery pack NP-NH25*3 NH-AA-DA (Ni-MH)*1 Alkaline*2 Battery pack NP-NH25*min. 60 min. 240 min. 300 min. 120 min. 360 min.
DSC-S80/ST80/Smin. 90 min. 260 min. 300 min. 120 min. 360 min.
*1 Supplied with DSC-S90/DSC-S80 *2 Supplied with DSC-S60 *3 Supplied with DSC-ST80 Shooting movies continuously with an image size of 
Using the mode dial
Set the mode dial to the desired function.
: Shooting movies step 5 in Read This First
: Playback/Edit step 6 in Read This First
Still image shooting modes : Auto adjustment mode
Allows easy shooting with the settings adjusted automatically. t step 5 in Read This First
: Scene Selection mode
Allows you to shoot with preset settings according to the scene. t step 5 in Read This First
Program auto shooting mode
Allows you to shoot with the exposure adjusted automatically (both the shutter speed and the aperture value). Also you can select various settings using the menu. (For details on the functions available t page 30)
Manual exposure shooting mode
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the exposure manually (both the shutter speed and the aperture value) (page 27). Also, you can select the various settings using the menu. (For details on the functions available t page 30)
For details t step 5 in Read This First For shooting an image appropriately according to the scene condition, a combination of functions is determined by the camera. ( : you can select the desired setting)
Macro Flash AF range finder Focus preset White Balance Burst/Multi Burst
For details on the operation t page 29
Mode dial position:
Menu for shooting (page 31)
(EV) 9 (Focus) (Metering Mode) WB (White Bal) ISO (P.Quality) Mode (REC Mode)
(Interval) (Flash Level)
PFX (P.Effect) (Saturation) (Contrast) (Sharpness) (Setup)
Menu for viewing (page 38)
(Folder) - (Protect) DPOF (Print) (Slide) (Resize) (Rotate) (Divide) (Setup) Trimming
The default settings are marked with.
Manually adjusts the exposure.
Toward + Using the menu Toward +: Brightens an image. The exposure is determined automatically by the camera. Toward : Darkens an image.
M +2.0EV 0EV m 2.0EV
For details on the exposure t page 11 The compensation value can be set in 1/3EV increments. If a subject is being shot in extremely bright or dark conditions, or the flash is used, the exposure adjustment may not be effective. z Adjusting [EV] by displaying a histogram
B Dark Bright
A histogram is a graph showing the brightness of an image. Set the mode dial to P or Scene in advance, then press repeatedly to display the histogram. The graph display indicates a bright image when skewed to the right side, a dark image when skewed to the left side. A histogram can be used to check the exposure and adjust [EV].
A Number of pixels B Brightness
The histogram also appears in the following cases, but you cannot adjust the exposure. When the mode dial is set to or M When playing back a single image During Quick Review
You can change the focus method. Use the menu when it is difficult to get the proper focus in auto focus mode.
(unlimited distance) 7.0m 3.0m 1.0m 0.5m Center AF ( )
Focuses automatically on a subject near the center of the frame.
Using this with the AF lock function lets you shoot in the desired image composition.
Focuses on the subject using a previously set distance to the subject. (Focus preset)
When shooting a subject through a net or through window glass, it is difficult to get the proper focus in auto focus mode. In these cases, use of [Focus] is convenient.
AF range finder frame
AF range finder frame indicator
Multi AF (Multipoint AF) (Still image ) (Movie )
Focuses automatically on a subject in all ranges of the finder frame.
This mode is useful when the subject is not in the center of the frame.
AF stands for Auto Focus. Distance setting information in [Focus] is approximate. If you point the lens up or down, the error increases. The distance selection is limited according to the Scene mode (page 27). When you are shooting movies, [Multi AF] is recommended as the AF works even with a certain amount of vibration. When you use [Digital Zoom] or [AF Illuminator], priority AF movement is given to subjects in or near the center of the frame. In this case the or indicator flashes and the AF range finder frame is not displayed.
z If the subject is out of focus When shooting with the subject at the edge of the frame (or the screen), or when using [Center AF], the camera may not focus on a subject at the edge of the frame. In a case like this, do as follows.
1 Recompose the shot so that the subject is centered in the AF range finder, and press the shutter button halfway down to focus on the subject (AF lock).
AE/AF lock indicator AF range finder frame Using the menu
As long as you do not press the shutter button fully down, you can retry the procedure as many times as you want. 2 When the AE/AF lock indicator stops flashing and remains on, return to the fully composed shot, and press the shutter button fully down.
Selects the metering mode that sets which part of the subject to measure to determine the exposure.
Spot (Spot metering) ( )
Measures only a part of the subject.
This function is useful when the subject is backlit or when there is strong contrast between the subject and the background.
Spot metering cross hairs Positions on the subject.
SAF 250 F2.8
Multi (Multi-pattern metering)
Divides into multiple regions and measures each region. The camera determines a well-balanced exposure.
For details on the exposure t page 11 When using spot metering, setting  (Focus) to [Center AF] is recommended to focus on the metering position (page 32).
WB (White Bal)
Adjusts the color tones according to the lighting condition in a situation, for example, when the colors of a image look strange.
During a slide show, you can display the previous/next image with b/B. The [Interval] time is just a guideline, so it may vary depending on the image size, etc.
You can change the image size of a recorded image (Resize), and save it as a new file. The original image is retained even after resizing.
4M 3M 1M VGA Cancel
Cancels resizing. The setting size is just a guideline. t step 4 in Read This First
1 Display the image you want to resize. 2 Press MENU to display the menu. 3 Select [ ] (Resize) with b/B, then press z. 4 Select the desired size with v/V, then press z. The resized image is recorded in the recording folder as the newest file.
For details on [Image Size] t step 4 in Read This First You cannot change the size of movies or [Multi Burst] images. When you change from a small size to a large size, the image quality deteriorates. You cannot resize to an image size of 3:2. When you resize a 3:2 image, the upper and lower black portions will be displayed on the image.
Rotates a still image.
Rotates an image. See the following procedure.
1 Display the image to be rotated.
Determines the rotation. See the following procedure. Cancels rotation.
2 Press MENU to display the menu. 3 Select [ 4 Select [ ] (Rotate) with b/B on the control button, then press z. ] with v, then rotate the image with b/B.
5 Select [OK] with v/V, then press z.
You cannot rotate protected images, movies, or [Multi Burst] images. You may not be able to rotate images shot with other cameras. When viewing images on a computer, the image rotation information may not be reflected depending on the software.
Cuts movies, or deletes unnecessary portions of movies. This is the recommended function to use when the internal memory or Memory Stick capacity is insufficient, or when you attach movies to your e-mail messages.
Note that the original movie is deleted and that number is skipped. Also note that you cannot restore files once you cut them.
See the following procedure. Cancels division.
Example: Cutting a movie numbered 101_0002
This section describes an example of dividing a movie numbered 101_0002 and deleting it in the following file configuration.
Selects the method used to assign file numbers to images.
Assigns numbers to files in sequence even if the recording folder or the Memory Stick is changed. (When the replaced Memory Stick contains a file with a number higher than the last assigned number, a number one higher than the largest number is assigned.) Starts from 0001 each time the folder is changed. (When the recording folder contains a file, a number one higher than the largest number is assigned.)
Selects the USB mode to be used when connecting the camera to a computer or a PictBridge compliant printer using the cable for multi-use terminal (DSC-S90/S80/S60) or Cyber-shot Station (DSC-ST80).
Connects the camera to a PictBridge compliant printer (page 70). When [PTP] (Picture Transfer Protocol) is set and the camera is connected to a computer, the images in the recording folder selected by the camera are copied to the computer. (Compatible with Windows XP and Mac OS X.) Connects the camera to a computer (page 59).
Sets the video signal output according to connected equipment.
Sets the video output signal to NTSC mode (e.g., for the USA, Japan). Sets the video output signal to PAL mode (e.g., for Europe).
Sets the date and time.
Select [OK] with v on the control button, and press z. Then, perform the procedure explained in Set the clock (t step 2 in Read This First). Cancels setting the clock.
E n jo y in g y o u r W in d o w s c o m p u te r
For details on using a Macintosh computer, refer to Using your Macintosh computer (page 67).
Copying images to your computer (page 58) Viewing images on your computer
Installing the USB driver.
Installation of the USB driver is not needed when using Windows XP.
Enjoying images using PicturePackage (page 65) Viewing images saved on your computer Storing images on a CD-R Installing PicturePackage (page 65).
Creating a Music video/ Slideshow Printing images
Creating a video CD using ImageMixer (page 65) Creating a video CD ImageMixer VCD2 is installed automatically when PicturePackage is installed.
Recommended computer environment
The following environment is recommended for a computer connected to the camera.
A separate software application for operating the recording device is required in order to write to CD-Rs.
Notes on connecting your camera to a computer
Operations are not guaranteed for all the recommended computer environments mentioned above. If you connect two or more USB devices to a single computer at the same time, some devices, including your camera, may not operate, depending on the types of USB devices you are using. Operations are not guaranteed when using a USB hub. Connecting your camera using a USB interface that is compatible with Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0 compliant) allows advanced transfer (high speed transfer) as this camera is compatible with HiSpeed USB (USB 2.0 compliant). There are two modes for a USB connection when connecting a computer, [Normal] (default setting) and [PTP] modes. This section describes the [Normal] mode as an example. For details on [PTP], see page 54. When your computer resumes from the suspend or sleep mode, communication between your camera and your computer may not recover at the same time.
6 After the user information screen appears, enter the desired name and password. The installation of the software starts.
To start up ImageMixer VCD2
Open [Image Mixer] in [Application], then double-click [ImageMixer VCD2].
Click [?] at the upper-right corner of each screen to show the on-line help. Technical support for ImageMixer VCD2 is provided by the Pixela User Support Center. For more information, refer to the information included on the CD-ROM.
Creating a video CD using ImageMixer VCD2
You can create an image file that is compatible with the video CD creation function. To save the data in the video CD format on a CD-R, you need Toast (not supplied) by Roxio.
To install ImageMixer VCD2
Shut down all other application software before you install ImageMixer VCD2. The display settings should be dots or higher and 32,000 colors or higher.
1 Turn on your Macintosh computer, and insert the CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive. 2 Double-click the CD-ROM icon. 3 Copy the [IMXINST.SIT] file in the [MAC] folder to the hard disk icon. 4 Double-click the [IMXINST.SIT] file in the copy-to folder. 5 Double-click the extracted [ImageMixer VCD2_Install] file.
How to print still images
Printing directly using a PictBridge compliant printer (page 70) You can print images by connecting the camera directly to a PictBridge compliant printer.
Printing directly using a Memory Stick compliant printer You can print images with a Memory Stick compliant printer. For details, see the operating instructions supplied with the printer.
Printing using a computer
You can copy images to a computer using the supplied PicturePackage software and print the images.
Printing at a shop (page 73) You can take a Memory Stick containing images shot with your camera to a photo printing service shop. You can make a (Print order) mark on images that you want to print out in advance.
Printing images directly using a PictBridge compliant printer
Even if you do not have a computer, you can print images shot using your camera by connecting the camera directly to a PictBridge compliant printer.
Stage 1: Preparing the camera
Prepare the camera to connect it to the printer with the cable for multi-use terminal.
MENU button Index button
PictBridge is based on the CIPA standard. (CIPA: Camera & Imaging Products Association)
In single-image mode
You can print a single image on a printing sheet.
It is recommended to use an AC Adaptor (not supplied) to prevent the power from turning off partway through printing.
In index mode
You can print several images at a reduced size on a printing sheet. You can print a set of either the same images (1) or different images (2).
1 Press MENU to display the menu. 2 Press B on the control button to
Printing at a shop
You can take a Memory Stick containing images shot with your camera to a photo printing service shop. As long as the shop supports photo printing services conforming to the DPOF, you can make a (Print order) mark on images in advance so that you do not need to reselect them when you print them out at the shop.
You cannot print images stored in the internal memory at a print shop directly from the camera. Copy the images to a Memory Stick, then take the Memory Stick to the print shop.
Marking in single-image mode
Control button MENU button
What is DPOF?
DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) is a (Print function allowing you to make a order) mark on images that you want to print out later.
You can also print the images with the (Print order) mark using a printer that conforms to the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format) standard or using a PictBridge compliant printer. You cannot mark movies. When you mark images shot in [Multi Burst] mode, all the images are printed on one sheet divided into 16 panels.
1 Display the image you want to
2 Press MENU to display the menu. 3 Select DPOF with b/B, then press
z. A (Print order) mark is marked on the image.
When taking a Memory Stick to a shop
Consult your photo printing service shop as to what types of Memory Stick they handle. If a Memory Stick is not handled by your photo printing service shop, copy the images you want to print out to other medium such as a CD-R and take it to the shop. When taking a Memory Stick Duo, be sure to take the Memory Stick Duo Adaptor with it. Before you take image data to a shop, always copy (back up) your data to a disk. You cannot set the number of prints.
4 To mark other images, display the
desired image with b/B, then press z.
To remove the mark in single-image mode
Press z in step 3 or 4.
Marking in index mode
To cancel, select [Cancel] in step 4 or select [Exit] in step 8, then press z.
1 Display the index screen. (t step
6 in Read This First)
To remove the mark in index mode
Select the images from which you want to remove the mark in step 5, then press z.
To remove all the marks in the folder
Select [All In This Folder] in step 4, then press z. Select [Off], then press z.
4 Select [Select] with v/V, then
You cannot add a Folder]. mark in [All In This
5 Select the image you want to
mark with v/V/b/B, then press z. A green mark appears on the selected image.
3 Initialize the settings (pages 53)
4 Consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
Please understand that you give your consent that the contents of the internal memory may be checked when you send your camera to be repaired.
Batteries and power
For DSC-ST80, also refer to the operating instructions Cyber-shot Station. The battery remaining indicator is incorrect, or sufficient battery remaining indicator is displayed but the power runs out too quickly.
This phenomenon occurs when you use the camera in an extremely hot or cold location (page
When using alkaline batteries/Oxy Nickel Primary Battery, the displayed time remaining may
not be correctly indicated.
The batteries are discharged. Install charged batteries or replace with new ones (t step 1 in
Read This First).
The poles of batteries or the terminals of battery cover are dirty so the batteries are not
charged sufficiently. Clean them with a cotton swab, etc. (page 93).
When using nickel-metal hydride batteries, the displayed time remaining differs from the
current one due to the memory effect (page 93), etc. Fully discharge and then charge the batteries to correct the display. The batteries are dead (page 93). Replace them with new ones.
The batteries run down too quickly.
Charge nickel-metal hydride batteries sufficiently (t step 1 in Read This First). You are using the camera in an extremely cold location (page 93). The batteries are dead (page 93). Replace them with new ones.
Cannot turn on the camera.
Install the batteries correctly (t step 1 in Read This First). The batteries are discharged. Install charged batteries or replace with new ones (t step 1 in
The batteries are dead (page 93). Replace them with new ones.
The power turns off suddenly.
If you do not operate the camera for about three minutes while the power is on, the camera
turns off automatically to prevent wearing down the batteries. Turn on the camera again (t step 2 in Read This First). The batteries are discharged. Install charged batteries or replace with new ones (t step 1 in Read This First).
Shooting still images/movies
The screen does not turn on even when the power is turned on.
Turn on the screen (page 21).
Your camera cannot record images.
Check the free capacity of the internal memory or Memory Stick (page 18). If they are full,
do one of the following: Delete unnecessary images (t step 6 in Read This First) Change the Memory Stick. Set the write-protect switch on the Memory Stick to the recording position (page 91). You cannot record images while charging the flash. Set the mode dial to an other position than and when shooting still images. Set the mode dial to when shooting movies. The image size is set to [640(Fine)] when recording movies. Do one of the following: Set the image size to other than [640(Fine)]. Insert a Memory Stick PRO (page 91).
You are shooting a subject with a light source behind the subject. Select the metering mode
(page 33) or adjust the exposure (page 31).
The brightness of the screen is too low. Adjust the brightness of the LCD backlight (page 53). Turn on the screen (page 21).
The image is too bright.
You are shooting a spotlighted subject in a dark location such as on a stage. Adjust the
exposure (page 31).
The brightness of the screen is too bright. Adjust the brightness of the LCD backlight (page
The image colors are not correct.
Picture Effect function is activated. Cancel the Picture Effect function (page 36).
Vertical streaks appear when you are shooting a very bright subject.
The smear phenomenon is occurring. This phenomenon is not a malfunction.
Noise appears in the image when you view the screen in a dark place.
The camera is attempting to increase the visibility of the screen by temporarily brightening
the image under conditions of low illumination. There is no effect on the recorded image.
The eyes of the subject come out red.
Set [Red Eye Reduction] in the (Setup) menu to [On] (page 47). Shoot the subject at a distance closer than the recommended shooting distance using the flash
(t step 5 in Read This First).
Light the room and shoot the subject.
The image seen through the finder does not indicate the actual recordable range.
The parallax phenomenon is occurring when the subject is close. To confirm the recordable
range, use the screen.
Cannot shoot images in succession.
The internal memory or the Memory Stick is full. Delete unnecessary images (t step 6 in
The battery level is low. Install charged batteries or replace with new ones.
Unknown pattern appears on the finder.
This is due to the structure of the finder. This is not a malfunction.
Refer to Computers (page 82) in conjunction with the following items. Your camera cannot play back images.
Set the mode dial to (page 26). The folder/file name has been changed on your computer. When an image file has been processed by a computer or when the image file was recorded
using a model other than that of your camera, playback on your camera is not guaranteed.
The camera is in USB mode. Delete the USB communication (page 62).
The image appears rough right after playback starts.
The image may appear rough right after playback starts due to image processing. This is not a
Printer busy Paper error No Paper Ink error Low Ink No Ink
Check the printer.
Check the printer. Check if the image you want to print is
On the Memory Stick
A Memory Stick is a compact, portable IC recording medium. The types of Memory Stick that can be used with this camera are listed in the table below. However, proper operation cannot be guaranteed for all Memory Stick functions.
Memory Stick type Recording/ Playback a a*2*3
Notes on using a Memory Stick (not supplied)
You cannot record, edit or delete images if you slide the write-protect switch to LOCK.
Memory Stick Memory Stick (MagicGate/ High-speed data transfer compatible) Memory Stick Duo*1 Memory Stick Duo (MagicGate/High-speed data transfer compatible)*1 MagicGate Memory Stick MagicGate Memory Stick Duo *1 Memory Stick PRO Memory Stick PRO
Write-protect switch Labeling position
The position and/or the shape of the writeprotect switch may differ depending on the Memory Stick you use.
Do not remove the Memory Stick while reading or writing data. Data may be corrupted in the following cases: When the Memory Stick is removed or the camera is turned off during a read or write operation When the Memory Stick is used in locations subject to static electricity or electrical noise We recommend backing up important data. Do not attach any other material than the supplied label on the labeling position. When you attach the supplied label, be sure to attach it to the labeling position. Be careful that the label does not stick out. When you carry or store the Memory Stick, put it in the case supplied with it. Do not touch the terminal of the Memory Stick with your hand or a metal object. Do not strike, bend or drop the Memory Stick. Do not disassemble or modify the Memory Stick. Do not expose the Memory Stick to water. Do not use or store the Memory Stick under the following conditions: High temperature locations such as the hot interior of a car parked in direct sunlight Locations exposed to direct sunlight Humid locations or locations with corrosive substances present
Warning indicators and messages.. 88 WB.. 34 White balance.. 34 Windows computer.. 56 Recommended environment. 57 Wrist strap t in Read This First Write-protect switch.91
Trimming.. 44 Tripod receptacle.. 15 Troubleshooting. 77 TV.. 75 Twilight mode t step 5 in Read This First Twilight portrait mode t step 5 in Read This First
Zoom t step 5 in Read This First
Underexposure. 11 USB Connect.. 54 USB Driver. 58 Using your camera abroad t step 1 in Read This First
and Cyber-shot Station are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Memory Stick, , Memory Stick PRO, , Memory Stick Duo, , Memory Stick PRO Duo, , MagicGate, and are trademarks of Sony Corporation. Picture Package is a trademark of Sony Corporation. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Media, and DirectX are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. Macintosh, Mac OS, QuickTime, iMac, iBook, PowerBook, Power Mac, and eMac are trademarks or registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc. Macromedia and Flash are trademarks or registered trademarks of Macromedia, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Intel, MMX, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. In addition, system and product names used in this manual are, in general, trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective developers or manufacturers. However, the or marks are not used in all cases in this manual.
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