Sony DSC-WX80 user manual

User manual for the device Sony DSC-WX80

Device: Sony DSC-WX80
Size: 3,62 MB
Date of adding : 2013-11-09 15:08:47
Number of pages: 252
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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print
Top page
Before Use
DSC-WX60/WX80/WX200
Operating the camera
User Guide
Shooting
Use this manual if you encounter any problems, or have any questions about the camera.
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
Back to top
Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation
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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Before Use Before Use Before Use Operating the camera How to use this User Guide Shooting How to use this User Guide Viewing Names of parts and list of icons displayed on the screen Useful shooting functions Names of parts Useful viewing functions List of icons displayed on the screen Changing settings Using the wrist strap Using the wrist strap Viewing images on a TV Using the internal memory Using with your computer Using the internal memory Printi

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Operating the camera Before Use Operating the camera Operating the camera Operating the camera Shooting Using the control wheel Viewing Using MENU items (Shooting) Useful shooting functions Using MENU items (Viewing) Changing camera settings Useful viewing functions Back to top Changing settings Viewing images on a TV Using with your computer Printing Troubleshooting Precautions / About this camera Contents list Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 3

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Shooting Before Use Shooting Operating the camera Shooting still images Shooting Shooting still images Viewing Zoom (Still images) Useful shooting functions Shooting movies Useful viewing functions Shooting movies Zoom (Movies) Changing settings Shooting still images while recording a movie (Dual Rec) Viewing images on a TV Selecting the shooting mode based on the subject Using with your computer List of mode switch functions Printing REC Mode Intell

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Viewing Before Use Viewing Operating the camera Viewing still images Shooting Viewing still images Viewing Playback zoom Useful shooting functions Image Index Useful viewing functions Deleting images Deleting images Changing settings Viewing burst images Viewing images on a TV Viewing burst images Using with your computer Viewing movies Printing Viewing movies Troubleshooting Viewing panorama images Scrolling the panorama images for display Precautio

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Useful shooting functions Before Use Useful shooting functions Operating the camera Functions available for each shooting mode Shooting Functions available for each shooting mode Viewing MENU items available for each shooting mode Useful shooting functions Menu items available for shooting Useful viewing functions Tracking focus DISP (Display Setting) Changing settings Flash Viewing images on a TV Cont. Shooting Settings Using with your computer Self

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Useful viewing functions Before Use Useful viewing functions Operating the camera Functions available for each view mode Shooting MENU items available for each view mode Viewing MENU items (Viewing) Useful shooting functions Easy Mode Useful viewing functions Send to Smartphone (DSC-WX80/WX200) View on TV (DSC-WX80/WX200) Changing settings Send to Computer (DSC-WX80/WX200) Viewing images on a TV Beauty Effect Using with your computer Retouch Picture

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Changing settings Before Use Changing settings Operating the camera Shooting Settings Shooting Movie format Viewing AF Illuminator Useful shooting functions Grid Line Clear Image Zoom Useful viewing functions Digital Zoom Changing settings Wind Noise Reduct. Viewing images on a TV Red Eye Reduction Blink Alert Using with your computer Write Date Printing Disp. Resolution (DSC-WX200) Troubleshooting Main Settings Precautions / About this camera Beep P

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Delete REC.Folder Copy File Number Clock Settings Area Setting Date & Time Setting Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 9

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Viewing images on a TV Before Use Viewing images on a TV Operating the camera Viewing an image on a High Definition (HD) TV Shooting Viewing an image on an HD TV using the HDMI Cable (sold separately) Viewing Viewing an image on a “BRAVIA” Sync-compatible TV Useful shooting functions Viewing an image on a “BRAVIA” Sync-compatible TV Useful viewing functions Viewing 3D images on a 3D TV Changing settings Viewing 3D images on a 3D TV Back to top Viewi

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Using with your computer Before Use Using with your computer Operating the camera Recommended computer environment Shooting Recommended computer environment Viewing Using the software Useful shooting functions “PlayMemories Home” (Windows) Useful viewing functions Installing “PlayMemories Home” (Windows) “Music Transfer” Changing settings Software for Mac Viewing images on a TV Importing images to a computer Using with your computer Connecting the ca

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Printing Before Use Printing Operating the camera Printing still images Shooting Printing still images Viewing Back to top 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 12

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Troubleshooting Before Use Troubleshooting Operating the camera If you have problems Shooting If you have problems Viewing Troubleshooting Useful shooting functions Battery pack and power Useful viewing functions Shooting still images/movies Viewing images Changing settings Wi-Fi (DSC-WX80/WX200) Viewing images on a TV Computers Using with your computer Memory card Internal memory Printing Printing Troubleshooting Others Precautions / About this came

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Precautions / About this camera Before Use Precautions / About this camera Operating the camera Precautions Shooting Precautions Viewing On the internal rechargeable backup battery Useful shooting functions Battery pack Charging the battery pack Useful viewing functions Memory card Changing settings On cleaning Viewing images on a TV On cleaning Using with your computer Number of still images and recordable time of movies Printing Number of still ima

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Cyber-shot User Guide Search Print Top page > Contents list Before Use Contents list Operating the camera Shooting Before Use Viewing How to use this User Guide How to use this User Guide Useful shooting functions Names of parts and list of icons displayed on the screen Useful viewing functions Names of parts Changing settings List of icons displayed on the screen Viewing images on a TV Using the wrist strap Using with your computer Using the wrist strap Printing Using the internal memory Using

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3D Still Image Intelligent Sweep Panorama Picture Effect Scene Selection Back to top Viewing Viewing still images Viewing still images Playback zoom Image Index Deleting images Deleting images Viewing burst images Viewing burst images Viewing movies Viewing movies Viewing panorama images Scrolling the panorama 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

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Exposure Compensation ISO White Balance Underwater White Balance (DSC-WX200) Focus Metering Mode Cont. Shooting Interval Scene Recognition Smile Shutter Smile Detection Sensitivity Face Detection Anti Blink Movie SteadyShot Back to top Useful viewing functions Functions available for each view mode MENU items available for each view mode MENU items (Viewing) Easy Mode Send to Smartphone (DSC-WX80/WX200) View on TV (DSC-WX80/WX200) Send to Computer (DSC-WX80/WX200) Beauty Effect Retouch Picture

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Disp. Resolution (DSC-WX200) Main Settings Beep Panel Brightness Language Setting Display color Demo Mode Initialize Function Guide CTRL FOR HDMI USB Connect Setting USB Power Supply LUN Setting Download Music Empty Music Airplane Mode (DSC-WX80/WX200) Eye-Fi Power Save Version Certification Logo (DSC-WX200) Network Settings WPS Push (DSC-WX80/WX200) Access point settings (DSC-WX80/WX200) Edit Device Name (DSC-WX80/WX200) SSID/PW Reset (DSC-WX80/WX200) Disp MAC Address (DSC-WX80/WX200) Memory Ca

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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 Creating a disc of movies Selecting the method for creating a disc of movies Back to top Printing Printing still images Printing still images

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On the internal rechargeable backup battery Battery pack Charging the battery pack 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 Using the camera abroad On TV color systems About this camera Carl Zeiss lens (DSC-WX60/WX80) AVCHD format License Trademarks Trademarks Back to top Copyright 2013 Sony Corporation 20


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