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[. . . ] Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list DSC-H200 User Guide Use this manual if you encounter any problems, or have any questions about the camera. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 1 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Before Use Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Before Use How to use this User Guide How to use this User Guide Names of parts and list of icons displayed on the screen Names of parts List of icons displayed on the screen Using the shoulder strap Using the shoulder strap Using the internal memory Using the internal memory Using the In-Camera guide In-Camera Guide Back to top 2 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Confirming the operation method Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Confirming the operation method Confirming the operation method Using the control button Using MENU items (Shooting) Using MENU items (Viewing) Changing camera settings Back to top 3 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Shooting Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Shooting Shooting still images Shooting still images Zoom Shooting movies Shooting movies Selecting the shooting mode based on the subject List of mode dial functions Intelligent Auto Program Auto Picture Effect Scene Selection Shooting panoramic images Manual Exposure Shooting Back to top 4 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Viewing Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Viewing Viewing still images Viewing still images Playback zoom Image Index Deleting images Deleting images Viewing movies Viewing movies Viewing panorama images Scrolling panoramic images for display Back to top 5 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Useful shooting functions Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Useful shooting functions Functions available for each shooting mode Functions available for each shooting mode MENU items available for each shooting mode Using shooting functions Tracking focus DISP (Display Setting) Flash Self-Timer Smile Shutter Movie shooting scene Panorama Shooting Scene Easy Mode Color hue Extracted Color Soft Skin Effect Still Image Size / Panorama Image Size / Movie Size Exposure Compensation ISO White Balance Focus Metering Mode Cont. Shooting Settings Bracket Setting Scene Recognition Smile Detection Sensitivity Face Detection DRO Anti Blink Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 6 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Useful viewing functions Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Useful viewing functions Functions available for each view mode MENU items available for each view mode MENU items (Viewing) Beauty Effect Retouch Delete Slideshow View Mode Protect Print (DPOF) Rotate Back to top 7 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Changing settings Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Changing settings Shooting Settings AF Illuminator Grid Line Disp. Resolution Digital Zoom Red Eye Reduction Blink Alert Write Date Main Settings Beep Panel Brightness Language Setting Display color Initialize Function Guide Video Out USB Connect Setting LUN Setting Download Music Empty Music Eye-Fi Power Save Memory Card Tool/Internal Memory Tool Format Create REC. Folder Change REC. Folder Delete REC. Folder Copy File Number Clock Settings Area Setting Date & Time Setting Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 8 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Viewing images on a TV Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Viewing images on a TV Viewing an image on a Standard Definition (SD) TV Viewing an image on a Standard Definition (SD) TV Back to top 9 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Using with your computer Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Using with your computer Recommended computer environment Recommended computer environment Using the software “PlayMemories Home” (Windows) Installing “PlayMemories Home” (Windows) “Music Transfer” Software for Mac Importing images to a computer Connecting the camera to the computer Importing images to a computer Disconnecting the camera from the computer Back to top 10 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Printing Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Printing Printing still images Printing still images Back to top 11 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Troubleshooting If you have problems If you have problems Troubleshooting Batteries and power Shooting still images/movies Viewing images Computers Memory card Internal memory Printing Others Warning indicators and messages Messages Situations this camera has difficulty handling Situations this camera has difficulty handling Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 12 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Precautions/About this camera Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Precautions/About this camera Precautions Precautions On the internal rechargeable backup battery Batteries Memory card On cleaning On cleaning Number of still images and recordable time of movies Number of still images Recordable time of movies Using the camera abroad On TV color systems About this camera License Trademarks Trademarks Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 13 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Contents list Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Contents list Before Use How to use this User Guide How to use this User Guide Names of parts and list of icons displayed on the screen Names of parts List of icons displayed on the screen Using the shoulder strap Using the shoulder strap Using the internal memory Using the internal memory Using the In-Camera guide In-Camera Guide Back to top Confirming the operation method Confirming the operation method Using the control button Using MENU items (Shooting) Using MENU items (Viewing) Changing camera settings Back to top Shooting Shooting still images Shooting still images Zoom Shooting movies Shooting movies Selecting the shooting mode based on the subject List of mode dial functions Intelligent Auto Program Auto Picture Effect Scene Selection Shooting panoramic images Manual Exposure Shooting 14 Back to top Viewing Viewing still images Viewing still images Playback zoom Image Index Deleting images Deleting images Viewing movies Viewing movies Viewing panorama images Scrolling panoramic images for display Back to top Useful shooting functions Functions available for each shooting mode Functions available for each shooting mode MENU items available for each shooting mode Using shooting functions Tracking focus DISP (Display Setting) Flash Self-Timer Smile Shutter Movie shooting scene Panorama Shooting Scene Easy Mode Color hue Extracted Color Soft Skin Effect Still Image Size / Panorama Image Size / Movie Size Exposure Compensation ISO White Balance Focus Metering Mode Cont. Shooting Settings Bracket Setting Scene Recognition Smile Detection Sensitivity Face Detection DRO Anti Blink Back to top Useful viewing functions 15 Functions available for each view mode MENU items available for each view mode MENU items (Viewing) Beauty Effect Retouch Delete Slideshow View Mode Protect Print (DPOF) Rotate Back to top Changing settings Shooting Settings AF Illuminator Grid Line Disp. [. . . ] When [Self-Timer] is set to [Self-portrait One Person] or [Self-portrait Two People]. The smart zoom is not available when you record movies or the image size is set to [20M] or [16:9(15M)]. The Face Detection function does not operate in the range of [Digital Zoom]. Digital Zoom Total zoom scale when using Smart zoom (including optical zoom 26×) Selects the digital zoom mode. When the zoom scale is exceeded, the camera uses either smart or precision digital zoom. MENU (Settings) (Shooting Settings) [Digital Zoom] desired mode Smart ( ) Enlarges the image digitally within the range where the image will not be distorted, according to the image size (Smart zoom). Precision Enlarges all image sizes by the total zoom scale of approximately 52×, including the optical zoom 26×. However, note that the image quality deteriorates when the optical ( ) zoom scale is exceeded (Precision digital zoom). Off Does not use the digital zoom. Total zoom scale when using Smart zoom (including optical zoom 26×) The supported zoom ratio differs depending on the image size. 70× Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 113 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Changing settings > Shooting Settings > Red Eye Reduction Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list What causes the red-eye phenomenon?The flash light is reflected off the blood vessels at the back of the eye (retina) (A), causing the “red-eye” phenomenon. Auto On Off When the Face Detection function is activated, the flash strobes automatically to reduce the red-eye phenomenon. Does not use Red Eye Reduction. Red Eye Reduction The flash strobes two or more times before shooting to reduce the red-eye phenomenon when using flash. MENU (Settings) (Shooting Settings) [Red Eye Reduction] desired mode Other ways to reduce red-eye (High Sensitivity) mode in Scene Selection. (The flash is set to [Off] automatically. ) Select Notes To avoid blurring of images, hold the camera firmly until the shutter is released. It usually takes a second until the shutter is released, and also be sure not to allow the subject to move during this period. It depends on individual differences and conditions, such as the distance to the subject or if the subject looked away from the pre-strobe. If you do not use the Face Detection function, Red Eye Reduction does not work, even when you select [Auto]. [Red Eye Reduction] is set to [Off] in the following situations: When (Night Scene), (High Sensitivity), (Gourmet), (Pet) or (Fireworks) mode is selected in Scene Selection. Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 114 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Changing settings > Shooting Settings > Blink Alert Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation Back to top Blink Alert When an image with the subject’s eyes closed is recorded while Face Detection is activated, the message “Blinked eye detected” is displayed. MENU (Settings) (Shooting Settings) [Blink Alert] desired mode Auto Off Sets whether to display the “Blinked eye detected” message. 115 Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Changing settings > Shooting Settings > Write Date Before Use Confirming the operation method Shooting Viewing Useful shooting functions Useful viewing functions Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions/About this camera Contents list On ( ) Off Records a shooting date. When [On] is selected, the mark will appear on the screen while shooting. However, in some shooting modes that cannot record dates on images, the disappear. MENU (Settings) (Shooting Settings) [Write Date] desired mode Write Date Sets whether to record a shooting date on the still image. mark will Notes You cannot record dates in the following situations: In movie mode When shooting panoramic images In burst shooting mode In [Easy Mode] If you shot images with the date once, you cannot delete the date from the images later. [. . . ] Notes The recordable time of movies varies because the camera is equipped with VBR (Variable Bit Rate), which automatically adjusts image quality depending on the shooting scene. When you record a fast-moving subject, the image is clearer but the recordable time is shorter because more memory is required for recording. The recordable time also varies depending on the shooting conditions, the subject or the image quality/size settings. You cannot record movies to the internal memory when the movie image size is [1280x720(Fine)] or [1280x720(Standard)]. [. . . ]

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