Sony Cybershot DSC-H9 manual

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  • Brand: Sony
  • Product: Digital Camera
  • Model/name: Cybershot DSC-H9
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Table of Contents

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© 2007 Sony Corporation 3-196-620-12(1)
Digital Still Camera
Cyber-shot Handbook
DSC-H7/H9
Before operating the unit, please read this
Handbook thoroughly together with the
“Instruction Manual” and the “Cyber-shot
Step-up Guide”, and retain them for future
reference.
Table of contents
Basic Operations
Using functions for
shooting
Using functions for
viewing
Customizing the settings
Viewing images on a TV
Using your computer
Printing still images
Troubleshooting
Others
Index
VCLICK!
GB
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Notes on using your camera
Types of “Memory Stick” that can be
used (not supplied)
The IC recording medium used by this
camera is a “Memory Stick Duo”. There are
two types of “Memory Stick”.
“Memory Stick Duo”: you can use a
“Memory Stick Duo” with your camera.
“Memory Stick”: you cannot use a
“Memory Stick” with your camera.
Other memory cards cannot be used.
• For details on “Memory Stick Duo”, see
page 129.
When using a “Memory Stick Duo” with
“Memory Stick” compatible equipment
You can use the “Memory Stick Duo” by
inserting it into the Memory Stick Duo
Adaptor (not supplied).
Memory Stick Duo Adaptor
Notes on the battery pack
• Charge the battery pack (supplied) before using
the camera for the first time.
• The battery pack can be charged even if it is not
completely discharged. Also, even if the battery
pack is not fully charged, you can use the
partially charged capacity of the battery pack as
is.
• If you do not intend to use the battery pack for a
long time, use up the existing charge and
remove it from your camera, then store it in a
cool, dry place. This is to maintain the battery
pack functions.
• For details on the usable battery pack, see
page 131.
Carl Zeiss lens
This camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss
lens which is capable of reproducing sharp
images with excellent contrast.
The lens for this camera has been produced
under a quality assurance system certified
by Carl Zeiss in accordance with the quality
standards of Carl Zeiss in Germany.
Notes on the LCD screen, the LCD finder
and the lens
• The LCD screen and the LCD finder are
manufactured using extremely high-precision
technology so over 99.99% of the pixels are
operational for effective use. However, there
may be some tiny black points and/or bright
points (white, red, blue or green in color) that
constantly appear on the LCD screen or the
LCD finder. These points are normal in the
manufacturing process and do not affect the
recording in any way.
• Do not hold the camera by taking hold of the
LCD screen.
• Exposing the LCD screen, the LCD finder or the
lens to direct sunlight for long periods may
cause malfunctions. Be careful when placing the
camera near a window or outdoors.
• Do not press against the LCD screen. The screen
may be discolored and that may cause a
malfunction.
Black, white, red, blue
or green points
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Notes on using your camera
• Images may trail across on the LCD screen in a
cold location. This is not a malfunction.
• Be careful not to bump the movable lens, and be
careful not to apply force to it.
The pictures used in this Handbook
The photographs used as examples of pictures in
this Handbook are reproduced images, and are not
actual images shot using this camera.
On illustrations
Illustrations used in this Handbook are those of
the DSC-H7 unless noted otherwise.
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Notes on using your camera ..................................................................... 2
ControlBasic techniques for better images ............................................... 8
Focus – Focusing on a subject successfully..................................................... 8
Exposure – Adjusting the light intensity........................................................... 10
Color – On the effects of lighting..................................................................... 12
Quality – On “image quality” and “image size” ............................................... 12
Flash – On using the flash ............................................................................... 14
Identifying parts ...................................................................................... 15
Indicators on the screen.......................................................................... 20
Changing the screen display................................................................... 24
Using the internal memory...................................................................... 25
Using the mode dial ................................................................................ 26
Shooting images easily (Auto Adjustment mode) ................................... 27
Shooting still images (Scene Selection).................................................. 31
Shooting in the dark (Night Shot) (DSC-H9 only) ................................... 34
Using the wheel dial................................................................................ 35
Shooting with manual adjustment........................................................... 36
Shooting with Program Shift
Shooting with shutter speed priority mode
Shooting with aperture priority mode
Shooting with manual exposure mode
ISO: Selecting a luminous sensitivity
EV: Adjusting the light intensity
Focus: Changing the focus method
Viewing images....................................................................................... 43
Deleting images ...................................................................................... 45
Learning the various functions – HOME/Menu ....................................... 47
Menu items ............................................................................................. 50
Basic Operations
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Shooting menu ........................................................................................51
Scene Selection: Selecting the Scene Selection mode
Image Size: Selecting the image size
Face Detection: Detecting the face of subject
REC Mode: Selecting the continuous shooting method
Color Mode: Changing the vividness of the image or adding special effects
Metering Mode: Selecting the metering mode
White Bal: Adjusting the color tones
Flash Level: Adjusting the amount of flash light
Red Eye Reduction: Reducing the red-eye phenomenon
Contrast: Adjusting the contrast
Sharpness: Adjusting the sharpness
SteadyShot: Selecting the anti-blur mode
SETUP: Selecting the shooting settings
Playing back images from the HOME screen .............................62
(Single Image): Playing back a single image
(Index Display): Playing back a list of images
(Slide Show): Playing back a series of images
Viewing menu......................................................................................65
(Delete): Deleting images
(Slide Show): Playing back a series of images
(Retouch): Retouching still images after shooting
(Protect): Preventing accidental erasure
: Adding a Print order mark
(Print): Printing images using a printer
(Rotate): Rotating a still image
(Select Folder): Selecting the folder for viewing images
Customizing the Manage Memory feature and the Settings ........70
Manage Memory..........................................................................72
Memory Tool — Memory Stick Tool ..................................................72
Using functions for shooting
Using functions for viewing
Customizing the settings
Format
Create REC. Folder
Change REC. Folder
Copy
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Memory Tool — Internal Memory Tool ............................................. 74
Format
Settings.......................................................................................... 75
Main settings — Main Settings 1...................................................... 75
Main settings — Main Settings 2...................................................... 76
Shooting Settings — Shooting Settings 1......................................... 78
Shooting Settings — Shooting Settings 2......................................... 81
Clock Settings................................................................................... 83
Language Setting ............................................................................. 84
Viewing images on a TV ......................................................................... 85
Viewing images by connecting your camera to a TV with the supplied cable for multi-
use terminal
Viewing an image by connecting your camera to a HD TV
Enjoying your Windows computer........................................................... 88
Installing the software (supplied) ............................................................ 90
Copying images to your computer .......................................................... 91
Viewing image files stored on a computer with your camera (using a
“Memory Stick Duo”)............................................................................... 97
Using the “Picture Motion Browser” (supplied) ....................................... 98
Using the “Music Transfer” (supplied) ................................................... 104
Using your Macintosh computer ........................................................... 105
Viewing images on a TV
Using your computer
Beep
Function Guide
Initialize
USB Connect
COMPONENT
Video Out
AF Illuminator
Grid Line
AF Mode
Digital Zoom
Conversion Lens
Flash Sync.
Auto Orientation
Auto Review
Expanded Focus
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How to print still images ........................................................................107
Printing images directly using a PictBridge compliant printer ...............108
Printing at a shop ..................................................................................111
Troubleshooting .....................................................................................113
Warning indicators and messages ........................................................125
To use your camera abroad — Power sources......................................128
On the “Memory Stick” ..........................................................................129
On the battery pack...............................................................................131
On the battery charger ..........................................................................132
Index......................................................................................................133
Printing still images
Troubleshooting
Others
Index
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
When you press the shutter button halfway down, the camera adjusts the focus automatically
(Auto Focus). Remember to press the shutter button only halfway down.
To shoot a still image difficult to focus on t [Focus] (page 40)
If the image looks blurred even after focusing, it may be because of camera shake. t See
“Hints for preventing blur” (as follows).
Focus Focusing on a subject successfully
Press the shutter button
fully down suddenly.
Press the shutter
button halfway
down.
AE/AF lock
indicator
flashing , lit/beeps
Then press the
shutter button
fully down.
Focus Exposure Color Quality
This section describes the basics so you can enjoy
your camera. It tells you how to use various
camera functions such as the mode dial (page 26),
the wheel dial (page 35), the HOME screen
(page 47), the menus (page 49), and so on.
Flash
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
Hints for preventing blur
The camera moved accidentally when you took the picture. This is called “Camera shake”.
On the other hand, if the subject moved when you took the picture, it is called “subject
blur”.
Camera shake
Cause
Your hands or body shake while you hold the
camera and press the shutter button, and the entire
screen is blurred.
What you can do to reduce the blurring
• Use a tripod or place the camera on a flat, stable
surface to hold the camera steady.
• Shoot with a 2-second delay self-timer and
stabilize your camera by holding your shooting
arm firmly at your side after pressing the shutter
button.
Subject blur
Cause
Even though the camera is steady, the subject
moves during the exposure so the subject looks
blurred when the shutter button is pressed.
What you can do to reduce the blurring
• Select (High Sensitivity mode) in Scene
Selection.
• Select a higher ISO sensitivity to make the
shutter speed faster, and press the shutter button
before the subject moves.
Notes
• The anti-blur function is enabled in the factory default settings so that the camera shake is reduced
automatically. However, this is not effective for subject blur.
• Besides, camera shake and subject blur occur frequently under low-light or slow shutter speed
conditions, such as those encountered in Twilight or Twilight Portrait mode. In that case, shoot with the
above tips in mind.
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
You can create various images by adjusting the exposure and the ISO sensitivity. Exposure is
the amount of light that the camera will receive when you release the shutter.
Exposure Adjusting the light intensity
Overexposure
= too much light
Whitish image
The exposure is automatically set to the
proper value in the auto adjustment mode.
However, you can adjust it manually using
the functions below.
Manual exposure:
Allows you to adjust the shutter speed and
aperture value manually (page 38).
Adjusting EV:
Allows you to adjust the exposure
determined by the camera (pages 24, 40).
Metering Mode:
Allows you to change the part of the
subject to be measured to determine the
exposure (page 56).
Correct exposure
Underexposure
= too little light
Darker image
Shutter speed = Length of time the camera receives
light
Aperture = Size of the opening allowing light to pass
through
ISO (Recommended Exposure Index)
= Recording sensitivity
Exposure:
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
Adjusting ISO Sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index)
ISO sensitivity is a speed rating for recording media that incorporates an image sensor that
receives light. Even when the exposure is the same, images differ depending on the ISO
sensitivity.
To adjust the ISO sensitivity, see page 39.
Hints for the exposure value (EV)
When shooting a whitish overall image such as a backlit subject or a snowy scenes, the camera judges
that the subject is bright and may set a darker exposure for the image. In such cases, adjustment of the
exposure in the + (plus) direction is effective.
When shooting a darker overall image, the camera judges that the subject is dark and may set a brighter
exposure for the image. In such cases, adjustment of the exposure in the – (minus) direction is effective.
You can check the exposure referring to the histogram chart. Be careful not to overexpose or underexpose
your subject (giving a whitish or darkish image).
High ISO sensitivity
Records a bright image even when shooting in a dark location.
However, the image tends to become noisy.
Low ISO sensitivity
Records a smoother image.
However, when the exposure is insufficient, the image may become darker.
Adjust in the + direction
Adjust in the – direction
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
The apparent color of the subject is affected by the lighting conditions.
Example: The color of an image affected by light sources
The color tones are adjusted automatically in the auto adjustment mode.
However, you can adjust color tones manually with [White Bal] (page 57).
A digital image is made up of a collection of small dots called pixels.
If it contains a large number of pixels, the picture becomes large, it takes up more memory,
and the image is displayed in fine detail. “Image size” is shown by the number of pixels.
Although you cannot see the differences on the screen of the camera, the fine detail and data
processing time differ when the image is printed or displayed on a computer screen.
Description of the pixels and the image size
Selecting the image size for use (page 13)
Color On the effects of lighting
Weather/lighting Daylight Cloudy Fluorescent Incandescent
Characteristics of
light
White (standard) Bluish Green-tinged Reddish
Quality On “image quality” and “image size”
1 Image size: 8M
3264 pixels × 2448 pixels = 7,990,272 pixels
2 Image size: VGA
640 pixels × 480 pixels = 307,200 pixels
Pixel
Many pixels (Fine
image quality and
large file size)
Example: Printing in
up to A3 size
Few pixels (Rough
image quality but
small file size)
Example: An attached
image to be sent by e-
mail
Pixels
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
The default settings are marked with .
1) Images are recorded in 3:2 aspect ratio, same as photograph printing paper or postcards, etc.
2) Both edges of the image may be cut off when printing (page 122).
• The larger the image size, the higher the image quality.
• The more frames per second you played back, the smoother playback can be.
Image size Guidelines No. of images Printing
8M (3264×2448) For prints up to A3 (11×17") Less
More
Fine
Rough
3:21) (3264×2176) Shoot in 3:2 aspect ratio
5M (2592×1944) For prints up to A4 (8.5×11")
3M (2048×1536) For prints up to 10×15 cm (4×6")
or 13×18 cm (5×7")
VGA (640×480) Shoot at a small image size for
e-mail attachment
16:92)
(1920×1080) Shoot in HDTV aspect ratio
Movie image size Frame/Second Usage guidelines
640(Fine) (640×480) Approx. 30 Shoot high quality movie for display on TV
640(Standard) (640×480) Approx. 17 Shoot standard quality movie for display on
TV
320 (320×240) Approx. 8 Shoot at a small size for email attachment
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ControlBasic techniques for better images
The eyes of the subject may come out red, or fuzzy white circular spots may appear when
using the flash. These phenomena can be reduced by taking the following steps.
The “Red-eye phenomenon”
This is caused by the reflection of flash light off the blood vessels of the retina of the subjects
eyes because the pupils of the subjects eyes are wide open in a dark place.
How can the “Red-eye phenomenon” be reduced?
• Set [Red Eye Reduction] to [On] (page 59).
• Select (High Sensitivity mode)* in Scene Selection (page 32). (The flash is turned off automatically.)
• When the eyes of the subject turns out red, correct the image with [Retouch] on the viewing menu
(page 65) or with the supplied software “Picture Motion Browser”.
“White circular spots”
This is caused by particles (dust, pollen, etc.) in the air, which when they are close to the lens,
can be accentuated by the camera's flash.
How can “White circular spots” be reduced?
• Light the room and shoot the subject without a flash.
• Select (High Sensitivity mode)* in Scene Selection. (The flash is turned off automatically.)
* Even though you selected (High Sensitivity mode) in Scene Selection, the shutter speed might be
slower under low-light conditions, or in a dark place. In that case, use a tripod or hold your shooting arm
firmly at your side after pressing the shutter button.
Flash On using the flash
Camera Eye
Retina
Camera Subject
Particles (dust,
pollen, etc.) in
the air
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Identifying parts
See the pages in parentheses for details of
operation.
DSC-H9 only
A POWER button/POWER lamp
B Mode dial (26)
C Shutter button (27)
D Remote sensor
E AF illuminator (78)/Self-timer lamp
(29)
F Lens
G Flash (29)
H Finder adjustment dial
• When you select with the FINDER/LCD
button to shoot by using the finder, adjust
the finder adjustment dial to match your
eyesight so the image appears clearly within
the finder.
I Hook for shoulder strap
J Multi connector
Used in the following situations:
• Making a USB connection between the
camera and the computer.
• Making a connection to audio/video input
jacks on a TV.
• Making a connection to a PictBridge
compliant printer.
DSC-H9 only
K /BRK button (53)
L (Metering mode) button (56)
M NIGHTSHOT switch
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Identifying parts
A Finder
B (Playback) button (43)
C FINDER/LCD button
D LCD screen (24)
DSC-H9 only
• You can adjust the angle of the LCD panel
to meet various shooting situation.
E MENU button (49)
F Control button (inside)/Wheel dial
(outside) (35)
Menu on: v/V/b/B/z (49)
Menu off: DISP/ / / (24, 29)
G HOME button (47)
H Microphone
I For shooting: Zoom (W/T) button (28)
For viewing: / (Playback zoom)
button/ (Index) button (43, 44)
J DC IN jack/DC IN jack cover
When using an AC-LS5K AC Adaptor (not
supplied)
• You cannot charge the battery pack by
connecting your camera to the AC-LS5K
AC Adaptor. Use the battery charger to
charge the battery pack.
K Hook for shoulder strap
L Speaker
M Battery/“Memory Stick Duo” cover
N Tripod receptacle (bottom)
• Use a tripod with a screw length of less than
5.5 mm (7/32 inch). You will be unable to
firmly secure the camera to tripods having
screws longer than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch), and
may damage the camera.
O Battery insertion slot
P Battery eject lever
Q “Memory Stick Duo” slot
R Access lamp
1 To DC IN jack
v mark
2 To wall outlet
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Identifying parts
Remote Control
A Transmitter
B HOME button (47)
C SLIDE SHOW button (62)
• You can enjoy the slide show by pressing
this button.
D MENU button (49)
E SHUTTER button (27)
• Cannot press halfway down.
F For shooting: Zoom (W/T) button (28)
For viewing: / (Playback zoom)
button/ (Index) button (43, 44)
• You cannot zoom in fast even if you press
the zoom button of the Remote Control
fully.
G Control button
Menu on: v/V/b/B/z (49)
Menu off: DISP/ / / (24, 29)
Notes
• Remove the insulation sheet before using the
Remote Control.
• Point the Remote Control towards the remote
sensor to operate your camera (page 15).
To change the battery of the Remote
Control
1 While pressing on the tab, inset your
fingernail into the slit to pull out the
battery case.
2 Place a new battery with the + side facing
up.
3 Insert the battery case back into the
Remote Control until it clicks.
• The Remote Control has a button type lithium
battery (CR2025) built in. Do not use batteries
other than CR2025.
Insulation sheet
Tab
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Identifying parts
Lens hood/Adaptor ring
A Lens hood
B Adaptor ring
Attaching the lens hood
When you shoot in bright lighting conditions,
such as outdoors, we recommend that you use the
lens hood to reduce the image quality
deterioration caused by unnecessary light.
1 Attach the adaptor ring while the power is
off.
2 Turn the position ring and position the
indicator of the adaptor ring to the
indicator of this camera, as illustrated
below.
3 Turn the lens hood and position the
indicator to the indicator of the position
ring until it clicks. While doing this, hold
and fix the indicator of the adaptor ring to
not turn.
• You can attach the lens cap with the lens hood
attached.
• When using the lens hood, be careful that the
following:
– The AF illuminator light may be blocked.
– The infrared light of Night Shot may be
blocked. (DSC-H9 only)
– The flash light may be blocked, causing the
shadow to appear when using the built-in
flash.
– The Remote sensor may be blocked, and the
Remote Control may not operate correctly.
Indicators
Position ring
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Identifying parts
Storing the lens hood
The lens hood can be attached in the reverse
direction to store it with the camera when it
is not in use.
Position the lens hood as shown below and
turn the lens hood clockwise until it clicks.
Attaching a conversion lens (not
supplied)
When you want to do enhanced wide-angle
shots or zoom-in shots on distant objects,
attach a conversion lens.
1 Attach the adaptor ring.
2 Attach a conversion lens.
• When shooting with the conversion lens, go
through the settings of [Conversion Lens]
(page 80).
• For details, see the operating instructions
supplied with your conversion lens.
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Indicators on the screen
Each time you press v (DISP) button, the
display changes (page 24).
See the pages in parentheses for details of
operation.
When shooting still images
When shooting movies
A
Display Indication
Battery remaining
E Low battery warning (125)
Image size (51)
Mode dial/Menu (Scene
Selection) (31)
P S A M Mode dial (26)
Night Shot (34) (DSC-H9
only)
White balance (57)
Recording mode (53)
Metering mode (56)
Face Detection (52)
SteadyShot (60)
Vibration warning
• Indicates vibration may
prevent you from shooting
clear images due to
insufficient lighting. Even if
the vibration warning
appears, you can still shoot
images. However, we
recommend that you turn on
the anti-blur function, using
the flash for better lighting
or using a tripod or other
means to stabilize the
camera (page 9).
Self-timer (29)
Zoom scaling (28, 79)
Color mode (55)
Contrast (60)
Sharpness (60)
Display Indication
BRK
±1.0
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Indicators on the screen
B C
D
Display Indication
z AE/AF lock (27)
Standby
REC
Standby a movie/Recording
a movie
ISO400 ISO number (39)
NR slow shutter
• When the shutter speed
drops below a certain speed
in low light conditions, the
NR (Noise Reduction) slow
shutter function activates
automatically to reduce the
picture noise.
125 Shutter speed
F3.5 Aperture value
+2.0EV Exposure Value (40)
00:00:12 Recording time
AF range finder frame
indicator (40)
9 Manual focus (42)
Macro (29)
z SET
z OK
MOVE
MOVE
Operation guide for
shooting image
Manual focus bar (42)
Display Indication
Recording Media
Recording folder (72)
• This does not appear when
using internal memory.
96 Remaining number of
recordable images
00:00:00 Remaining recordable time
AF illuminator (78)
Red-eye reduction (59)
Flash mode (29)
Flash charging
Conversion lens (80)
REAR Flash synchro (81)
Display Indication
C:32:00 Self-diagnosis display
(125)
Self-timer (29)
Spot metering cross hair
(56)
AF range finder frame (40)
Histogram (24)
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Indicators on the screen
When playing back still images
When playing back movies
A
B
Display Indication
Battery remaining
Image size (51)
Protect (67)
VOL. Volume (43)
Print order (DPOF) mark
(111)
PictBridge connecting
(109)
Zoom scaling (43)
PictBridge connecting
(110)
• Do not disconnect the cable
for multi-use terminal while
the icon is displayed.
Display Indication
N Playback (43)
Playback bar
00:00:12 Counter
101-0012 Folder-file number (69)
2007 1 1
9:30 AM
Recorded date/time of the
playback image
z PLAY
z STOP
Operation guide for playing
image
BACK/
NEXT
Select images
V VOLUME Adjust volume
Histogram (24)
• appears when histogram
display is disabled.
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Indicators on the screen
C
Display Indication
Playback Media
Playback folder (69)
• This does not appear when
using internal memory.
8/8 12/12 Image number/Number of
images recorded in selected
folder
Change folder (69)
• This does not appear when
using internal memory.
Metering mode (56)
Flash
White balance (57)
C:32:00 Self-diagnosis display
(125)
ISO400 ISO number (39)
+2.0EV Exposure Value (40)
500 Shutter speed
F3.5 Aperture value
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Changing the screen display
Each time you press the v (DISP) button,
the display changes as follows.
• If you view images in bright outside light, adjust
the brightness of the LCD backlight up.
However, the battery power may decrease faster
under such condition.
• The display becomes Histogram on t
Indicators off t Indicators on when connected
to a TV (page 85).
• The histogram does not appear in the following
situations:
While shooting
– When the menu is displayed.
– When recording movies
During playback
– When the menu is displayed.
– In index mode
– When you are using playback zoom.
– When you are rotating still images.
– During playback of movies
• A large difference in the histogram displayed
when shooting and during playback may occur
when:
– The flash strobes.
– The shutter speed is slow or fast.
• The histogram may not appear for images
recorded using other cameras.
z Adjusting EV (Exposure Value) by
displaying a histogram
A histogram is a graph showing the
brightness of an image. Adjust the mode
dial to settings other than , and press v
(DISP) repeatedly to display the histogram
inside the screen. The graph display
indicates a bright image when skewed to the
right side, and a dark image when skewed
to the left side.
A Number of pixels
B Brightness
• The histogram also appears when playing back a
single image, but you cannot adjust the
exposure.
v (DISP) (Screen
display button)
button
Brightness of LCD backlight up
Indicators off
Indicators on
Histogram display
(page 24)
Histogram on
During playback,
the image
information is
displayed.
Bright
Dark
A
B
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Using the internal memory
The camera has approximately 31 MB of internal memory. This memory is not removable.
Even when there is no “Memory Stick Duo” inserted in the camera, you can record images
using this internal memory.
• Movies with the image size set to [640(Fine)] cannot be recorded using the internal memory.
We recommend that you copy (back up) data without error using one of the following
methods.
To copy (back up) data on a “Memory Stick Duo”
Prepare a “Memory Stick Duo” with a capacity of 64 MB or more, then perform the procedure
explained in [Copy] (page 73).
To copy (back up) data on a hard disk of your computer
Perform the procedure on pages 91 to 93 without a “Memory Stick Duo” inserted in the
camera.
• You cannot copy image data on a “Memory Stick Duo” to the internal memory.
• By connecting the camera and a computer with a cable for multi-use terminal, you can copy data stored in
the internal memory to a computer. However you cannot copy data on a computer to the internal memory.
When a “Memory Stick Duo” is inserted
[Recording]: Images are recorded on the “Memory Stick
Duo”.
[Playback]: Images on the “Memory Stick Duo” are
played back.
[Menu, Settings, etc.]: Various functions can be
performed on images on the “Memory Stick Duo”.
When there is no “Memory Stick Duo” inserted
[Recording]: Images are recorded using the internal
memory.
[Playback]: Images stored in the internal memory are
played back.
[Menu, Settings, etc.]: Various functions can be
performed on images in the internal memory.
On image data stored in the internal memory
Internal
memory
B
B
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Basic Operations
Using the mode dial
Set the mode dial to the desired function.
*You can select various setting using the menu. (For details on the functions available t page 50)
: Auto Adjustment mode for Still Image
Allows easy shooting with the settings adjusted automatically (page 27).
P: Program Auto*
Allows you to shoot with the exposure adjusted automatically (both the
shutter speed and the aperture value) (page 36).
S: Shutter Speed Priority Shooting*
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the shutter speed manually (page 37).
A: Aperture Priority Shooting*
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the aperture value manually (page 38).
M: Manual Exposure Shooting*
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the exposure manually (both the shutter
speed and the aperture value) (page 38).
: Movie recording mode
Allows you to record movies with audio (page 27).
/ / / / /SCN ( ): Scene Selection mode
Allows you to shoot with preset settings according to the scene (page 31).
Mode dial
Control button
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Basic
Operations
Shooting images easily (Auto Adjustment mode)
1 Select the desired function from the mode dial.
When shooting still images (Auto Adjustment mode): Select .
When shooting movies: Select .
2 Hold the camera steady, keeping your arm at your side.
3 Shoot with the shutter button.
When shooting still images:
1Press and hold the shutter button halfway down to focus.
The z (AE/AF lock) indicator (green) flashes, a beep sounds, the indicator stops flashing and
remains lit.
HOME button
MENU button
Zoom button
Shutter button
Control button
v/V/b/B button
z button
Macro button
DISP button
Self-timer button
Flash button
Finder
Mode dial
FINDER/LCD button
Position the subject in
the center of the focus
frame.
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Shooting images easily (Auto Adjustment mode)
2Press the shutter button fully down.
When shooting movies:
Press the shutter button fully down.
To stop recording, press the shutter button fully down again.
If you shoot a still image of a subject that is difficult to focus on
• The shortest shooting distance is approx. 50 cm (19 3/4 inches) (W)/120 cm (3 feet 11 1/4 inches) (T).
Shoot in the close-up (Macro) mode when you shoot a subject closer than the shooting distance (page 29).
• When the camera cannot focus on the subject automatically, the AE/AF lock indicator changes to flashing
slowly and the beep does not sound. In addition, the AF range finder frame disappears. Recompose the
shot and focus again.
Subjects difficult to focus on are:
– Distant from the camera and dark
– The contrast between the subject and its background is poor.
– Seen through glass
– Moving fast
– Reflective light or with a lustrous finish
– Flashing
– Backlit
W/T Using the zoom
Press T to zoom, press W to undo the zoom.
Pressing the button slightly zooms slowly and pressing the button fully down zooms fast.
• When the zoom scale exceeds 15×, the camera uses the Digital Zoom function.
For details on the [Digital Zoom] settings and the image quality, see page 79.
• Even if you press the button fully down, the camera zooms slowly while shooting a movie.
AE/AF lock indicator
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Basic
Operations
Shooting images easily (Auto Adjustment mode)
Flash (Selecting a flash mode for still images)
Press B ( ) on the control button repeatedly until the desired mode is selected.
(No indicator): Flash Auto
Strobes when there is insufficient light or backlight (default setting).
: Flash forced on
: Slow synchro (Flash forced on)
The shutter speed is slow in a dark place to clearly shoot the background that is out of flash light.
: Flash forced off
• The flash automatically pops up and strobes. Close the flash by hand after use.
• The flash strobes twice. The first time is to adjust the light quantity.
• While charging the flash, is displayed.
Macro (Shooting close-up)
Press b ( ) on the control button repeatedly until the desired mode is selected.
(No indicator): Macro Off
: Macro On (W side: Approx. 1 cm or farther (13/32 inches or farther), T side: Approx. 120 cm or farther
(3 feet 11 1/4 inches or farther))
Macro
• Setting the zoom all the way to the W side is recommended.
• The in-focus range becomes narrow, and the complete subject may not entirely be in focus.
• The Auto Focus speed drops when you shoot images in the Macro.
Using the self-timer
Press V ( ) on the control button repeatedly until the desired mode is selected.
(No indicator): Not using the self-timer
: Setting the 10-second delay self-timer
: Setting the 2-second delay self-timer
Press the shutter button, the self-timer lamp flashes, and a beep sounds until the shutter
operates.
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Shooting images easily (Auto Adjustment mode)
To cancel, press V ( ) again.
• Use the 2-second delay self-timer to prevent blur of an image made by the shaking of the
camera when pressing the shutter button.
Adjusting the angle of the LCD screen
You can adjust the angle of the LCD screen.
• Forcing the LCD screen to move over the range of movement may cause malfunction.
Self-timer lamp
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Basic
Operations
Shooting still images (Scene Selection)
The Scene Selection mode has two ways to be selected, modes selected from the mode dial
and modes selected from the menu screen, and the available modes differ.
Selecting from the mode dial
1 Select the desired mode of Scene Selection ( / / / / ) with the mode
dial.
2 Shoot with the shutter button.
Selecting from the menu screen
1 Select SCN with the mode dial.
2 Press MENU button, and select from / / / by using b/B of the control
button (page 49).
3 Shoot with the shutter button.
• For details on mode, see next page.
To cancel the Scene selection
Set the mode dial to other than the mode of Scene Selection.
Shutter button
Mode dial
MENU button
Control button
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Shooting still images (Scene Selection)
Scene Selection modes
The following modes are predetermined to match the scene conditions.
*When you shoot images using (Twilight Portrait), (Twilight) or (Fireworks) mode, the shutter
speed is slower. To prevent a blurring, use of a tripod is recommended.
Modes selected from the mode dial
High Sensitivity
Allows you to shoot images
without a flash under low light
conditions, reducing blur.
Portrait
Shoots with backgrounds blur
away, and the subject is
sharpened.
Advanced Sports
Shooting
Suitable for shooting scenes with
fast movements such as sports.
• While the shutter is pressed
halfway down, the movement of
the subject is predicted and the
focus will be adjusted.
Twilight Portrait*
Suitable for shooting portraits in
dark places. Allows you to shoot
sharp images of people in dark
places without losing the dark
atmosphere of the surroundings.
Landscape
Focuses only on a distant subject
to shoot landscapes, etc.
Modes selected from the menu screen
Twilight*
Allows you to shoot night scenes
at far distance without losing the
dark atmosphere of the
surroundings.
Beach
When shooting seaside or
lakeside scenes, the blue of the
water is clearly recorded.
Snow
When shooting snowy scenes or
other places where the whole
screen appears white, use this
mode to prevent sunken colors
and record clear images.
Fireworks*
Allows you to record fireworks in
all their splendor.
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Basic
Operations
Shooting still images (Scene Selection)
Functions you can use in Scene Selection
For shooting an image appropriately according to the scene condition, a combination of
functions is determined by the camera. Some functions are not available, depending on the
Scene Selection mode.
( : you can select the desired setting)
* [Flash] cannot be selected.
Macro — — — —
Flash — / / /
Face Detection — — — — — — — —
Burst/Bracket — — — —
EV
White Bal * — — — — — — — —
Red Eye
Reduction
— — — —
SteadyShot
Self-timer —
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Shooting in the dark (Night Shot) (DSC-H9 only)
The Night Shot function lets you shoot subjects in the dark places without using the flash such
as camp scenes at night or nocturnal plants and animals. Note that images recorded using the
Night Shot function will become greenish.
1 Set NIGHTSHOT switch to ON.
and “Night Shot” indicators lights for about five seconds.
2 Shoot the image.
To cancel the Night Shot function
Set NIGHTSHOT switch to OFF.
• While using the Night Shot function, the camera will be in Auto Adjustment mode wherever the mode dial
is set, and settings available will be limited.
• When attaching the lens hood (supplied), infrared ray may be blocked.
• Do not use the Night Shot function in bright places (e.g. outdoors during daytime). This may cause your
camera to malfunction.
• When the distance to the subject is too close, the shadow of the lens may appear on the image. In that case,
move farther away from the subject and shoot.
Night Shot: Shooting in the dark
Shutter button
Infrared ray emitter
NIGHTSHOT switch
Mode dial
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Basic
Operations
Using the wheel dial
The wheel dial is used to change the setting values when shooting with the manual adjustment
modes (shutter speed priority mode, aperture priority mode, manual exposure mode), ISO
sensitivity adjustment, the focus method adjustment or the EV adjustment.
By turning the wheel dial, you can also easily view the next/previous image.
The select the item
1 Turn the wheel dial to select the item you want to set.
Move the yellow indication V to select the item.
2 Press z on the control button.
The value turns yellow.
3 To set other items, press z and then perform the following operations.
Items that cannot be selected are displayed as gray.
To select the value
When the values are displayed in yellow, the values can be selected and set by turning the
wheel dial. The displayed value is set.
Wheel dial
Select Set
Control button
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Shooting with manual adjustment
The camera automatically adjusts the focus and the exposure, however, you can manually
adjust these settings.
The function in shooting mode are described below.
You can change the aperture value and shutter speed combination while keeping the brightness
fixed.
1 Select P with the mode dial.
2 Select the aperture value and shutter speed combination with the wheel dial (page 35).
P* is indicated while the aperture value and shutter speed combination is shifted.
Characteristics of “shutter speed” Characteristics of “aperture” (F value)
Faster
Moving objects appear
stopped.
Slower
Moving objects appear
to flow.
Open
In-focus range narrows,
both backward and
forward.
Close
In-focus range widens,
both backward and
forward.
You cannot select the mode displayed in grey.
Shooting with Program Shift
Mode dial
Wheel dial
MENU button
z button
HOME button
ISO value
Shutter speed
Aperture value
Exposure value
AF range finder frame
indicator
Modes available from the menu screen when the mode dial is set to SCN
Unavailable Available
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Basic
Operations
Shooting with manual adjustment
3 Shoot the image.
To cancel Program Shift, turn the wheel dial to return the indication from P* to P.
• You cannot shift the aperture value and shutter speed combination when the shutter button is pressed
halfway down.
• When the brightness changes, the aperture value and shutter speed also change while maintaining the shift
amount.
• You may not be able to change the aperture value and shutter speed combination depending on your
shooting situations.
• When the flash mode setting is changed, Program Shift is canceled.
• Setting the mode dial to other than P or turning off the power cancels Program Shift.
You can adjust the shutter speed manually.
1 Select S with the mode dial.
2 Select a shutter speed with the wheel dial (page 35).
You can select a shutter speed from 1/4000 to 30 seconds.
3 Shoot the image.
The setting range of the shutter speed
• Shutter speeds of one second or longer are indicated by [”], for example, 1”.
• When you set the shutter speed slower, using a tripod is recommended to prevent the effects of vibration.
• If you select slow shutter speeds, it takes time to process the data.
Shooting with shutter speed priority mode
Aperture value
(F value)
Zoom scale
(Wide) (Tele)
1/4000 to 30 seconds
1/2000 to 30 seconds
AApprox. ×2.1
BApprox. ×15
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Shooting with manual adjustment
• If the shutter speed is set at 1/3 second or slower, the NR slow shutter function activates automatically to
reduce the picture noise and appears.
• If the proper exposure is not obtained after making the settings, the setting value indicators on the screen
flash when the shutter button is pressed halfway down. You can shoot in this condition, but we
recommend that you adjust the flashing values again.
• The flash is set to (Flash forced on) or (Flash forced off).
• When the shutter speed is fast, the amount of flash light may be insufficient even if you fire the flash.
You can manually adjust the amount of light that passes through the lens.
1 Select A with the mode dial.
2 Select an aperture value with the wheel dial (page 35).
– When the zoom is set fully to the W side, you can select an aperture from F2.7 to F8.0.
– When the zoom is set fully to the T side, you can select an aperture from F4.5 to F8.0.
3 Shoot the image.
• The shutter speed is automatically adjusted from 1/2000 to 8 seconds.
• If the proper exposure is not obtained after making the settings, the setting value indicators on the screen
flash when the shutter button is pressed halfway down. You can shoot in this condition, but we
recommend that you adjust the flashing values again.
• The flash is set to (Flash forced on), (Slow synchro) or (Flash forced off).
You can manually adjust the shutter speed and the aperture values.
1 Select M with the mode dial.
2 Select a shutter speed with the wheel dial (page 35).
3 Select an aperture value with the wheel dial (page 35).
The difference between the settings and proper exposure judged by the camera appears as an EV
value (page 36) on the screen. 0EV indicates the value judged as the most suitable by the camera.
4 Shoot the image.
• The camera maintains the setting even when the power is turned off. Once you set a value you like, you
can reproduce the same exposure by simply setting the mode dial to M.
• If the proper exposure is not obtained after making the settings, the setting value indicators on the screen
flash when the shutter button is pressed halfway down. You can shoot in this condition, but we
recommend that you adjust the flashing values again.
• The flash is set to (Flash forced on) or (Flash forced off).
Shooting with aperture priority mode
Shooting with manual exposure mode
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Basic
Operations
Shooting with manual adjustment
Selects a luminous sensitivity with units of ISO. The larger the number, the higher the
sensitivity.
1 Select an ISO item with the wheel dial (page 35).
2 Press z on the control button.
ISO value turns yellow.
3 Select an ISO value with the wheel dial.
4 Press z.
• For details on the ISO sensitivity, see page 11.
• Note that the image tends to become noisier as the ISO sensitivity number increases.
• ISO is set automatically in the Scene Selection mode.
• When continuos shooting or exposure bracket is set, ISO can be selected only from Auto or from 80 to
400.
• When shooting under brighter conditions, the camera automatically increases its tone reproduction and
helps prevent images to become whitish (excluding when ISO is set to [ISO80]).
ISO: Selecting a luminous sensitivity
ISOAUTO (Auto) Select a large number when shooting in dark location or
shooting a subject moving at high speed, or select a small
number to obtain high image quality.
ISO80
ISO100
ISO200
ISO400
ISO800
ISO1600
ISO3200
Low ISO sensitivity High ISO sensitivity
ISO value (yellow)
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Shooting with manual adjustment
1 Select an EV item with the wheel dial (page 35).
2 Press z on the control button.
The exposure value turns yellow.
3 Select an exposure value with the wheel dial.
Toward +: Brightens an image.
0EV: The exposure is determined automatically by the camera.
Toward –: Darkens an image.
4 Press z.
• For details on the exposure t page 14
• The compensation value can be set in 1/3EV increments (+2.0EV to –2.0EV).
• If a subject is being shot in extremely bright or dark conditions, or the flash is used, the exposure
adjustment may not be effective.
You can change the focus method by using the wheel dial. Use when the subject is difficult to
focus on.
1 Select an AF range finder frame or 9 with the wheel dial (page 35).
2 Press z on the control button.
AF range finder frame indicator turns yellow.
EV: Adjusting the light intensity
Focus: Changing the focus method
Toward – Toward +
Exposure value (yellow)
AF range finder frame indicator (yellow)
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Basic
Operations
Shooting with manual adjustment
3 Select the desired focus method with the wheel dial.
4 Press z.
• AF stands for Auto Focus.
• When you use Digital Zoom or AF Illuminator, the normal AF range finder frame is disable and a new AF
range finder frame is displayed by a dotted line. In this case, the priority of AF movement is given to
subjects around center of the frame.
(Multi AF) Focuses automatically on a subject in all ranges of the finder
frame. When the mode dial is set to , only Multi AF is
available.
• This mode is useful when the subject is not in the center of the
frame.
(Center AF)
(Only for still image)
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.
(Flexible Spot AF)
(Only for still image)
Focuses on an extremely small subject or a narrow area.
Flexible Spot AF lets you shoot in the desired image
composition.
• To set the Flexible Spot AF, see the following procedure.
• This is useful when you shoot using a tripod and the subject is
out of the center area.
• When shooting a moving subject, take care that the subject does
not deviate from the range finder frame.
9 (Manual Focus) Focuses on the subject using a previously set distance to the
subject.
• To set distance, see page 42.
• 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, the manual focus mode is convenient.
AF range finder frame
AF range finder frame
indicator
AF range finder frame
AF range finder frame
indicator
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Shooting with manual adjustment
To set the Flexible Spot AF
1 Select the AF range finder frame indicator, then select (Flexible Spot AF).
The color of the AF range finder frame changes from white to yellow.
2 Move the AF range finder frame to the point you want to focus on with v/V/b/B on the control
button, then press z.
The AF range finder frame turns white from yellow.
To move the AF range finder frame again, press z again.
• When the AF range finder frame is being moved, AF mode is set to [Monitor] and pressing z turns to the
mode set on the Setup screen.
• Once you change a focus method, the position of the AF range finder frame you set up is cleared.
To set the manual focus
1 Select the AF range finder frame indicator, then select 9.
The manual focus bar appears.
2 Set the bar to the desired distance with b/B on the control button.
• Using the Expanded focus function (page 82), the image on the screen is expanded double to focus on
easily (The default setting).
3 Press z. 9 changes from yellow to white. To set again, press z again.
• If the distance to set focus on the subject is short, dust or fingerprints on the lens may appear on the image
shot. Wipe the lens clean using a soft cloth, etc.
• Distance setting information in manual focus is approximate. If you point the lens up or down, the error
increases.
• The distance selection is limited according to the zoom scaling or the setting of the [Conversion Lens]. If
9 flashes, it indicates the limitation of focus adjustment.
• Once you change a focus method, the distance of the manual focus you set up is cleared.
AF range finder frame
(yellow: adjustable/white: fixed)
AF range finder frame indicator
Manual focus bar
Focus range 1 cm to ∞
Focus indicator
(yellow: adjustable/white: fixed)
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Basic
Operations
Viewing images
1 Press (Playback) button.
• If you press (Playback) when the camera is powered off, the camera is turned on automatically
and set to playback mode. To switch to the shooting mode, press (Playback) again.
2 Select an image with b/B on the control button.
Movie:
Press z to playback a movie. (Press z again to stop playback.)
Press B to fast forward, b to rewind. (Press z to return to normal playback.)
Press V to display the volume control screen, then press b/B to adjust the volume.
• Movies with the image size [320] are displayed a size smaller.
• By turning the wheel dial, you can also easily view the next/previous image.
/ To view an enlarged image (playback zoom)
Press while displaying a still image.
To undo the zoom, press .
Adjust the position: v/V/b/B
Cancel playback zoom: z
• To store enlarged images: [Trimming] (page 66)
v/V/b/B button
z button
(Playback zoom) button
(Playback zoom)/
(Index) button
(Playback)
button
HOME button
Control button (inside)/
Wheel dial (outside)
MENU button
Wheel dial
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Viewing images
Viewing an index screen
Press (Index) to display the index screen while a still image is displayed.
Select an image with v/V/b/B.
To return to the single image screen, press z.
When using the “Memory Stick Duo”, if there are number of folders, select the folder
selection bar with b, then select the desired folder with v/V.
• You can also access the index screen by selecting [ Index Display] from (View
Images) on the HOME screen.
• Each time you press (Index), the number of pictures on the index screen changes.
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Basic
Operations
Deleting images
1 Press (Playback) button.
2 Press MENU while display in single-image mode or in index mode.
3 Select [Delete] with v on the control button.
4 Select the desired deletion method with b/B from among [This Image],
[Multiple Images] and [All In This Folder], then press z.
Control button
v/V/b/B button
z button
MENU button
(Index) button
(Playback) button
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Deleting images
When you select [This Image]
Deletes the selected image.
Select [OK] with v, then press z.
When you select [Multiple Images]
Selects and deletes multiple images at once.
1 Select the images you want to delete, then press z.
mark is checked in the checkbox of the image.
2 Press MENU.
3 Select [OK] with v, then press z.
When you select [All In This Folder]
Deletes all the images in the selected folder.
Select [OK] with v, then press z.
• After you select [Multiple Images] on the index screen, you can delete all the images in a
folder by selecting the folder selection bar with b and attaching a mark on the folder.
Single Image Index Display
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Basic
Operations
Learning the various functions – HOME/Menu
The HOME screen is the basic screen used for accessing the various functions you can access
the HOME screen regardless of the shooting/viewing mode.
1 Press HOME to display the HOME screen.
2 Select a category with b/B on the control button.
3 Select an item with v/V, then press z.
• You cannot display the HOME screen when a PictBridge connection or a USB connection is
made.
• The camera is set to the shooting mode by pressing the shutter button halfway down.
Using the HOME screen
Control button
v/V/b/B button
z button
HOME button
Category
Item
Guide
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Learning the various functions – HOME/Menu
Pressing HOME button displays the following items. Details on the items are displayed on the
screen by the guide.
*Shooting mode selected in the mode dial will be applied.
HOME items
Category Items
Shooting* Shooting (page 26)
View Images Single Image (page 62)
Index Display (page 62)
Slide Show (page 62)
Printing, Other Print (page 108)
Music Tool (page 104)
Download Music Format Music
Manage Memory Memory Tool
Memory Stick Tool (page 72)
Format Create REC. Folder
Change REC. Folder Copy
Internal Memory Tool (page 74)
Format
Settings Main settings
Main Settings 1 (page 75)
Beep Function Guide
Initialize
Main Settings 2 (page 76)
USB Connect COMPONENT
Video Out
Shooting Settings
Shooting Settings 1 (page 78)
AF Illuminator Grid Line
AF Mode Digital Zoom
Conversion Lens
Shooting Settings 2 (page 81)
Flash Sync. Auto Orientation
Auto Review Expanded Focus
Clock Settings (page 83)
Language Setting (page 84)
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Basic
Operations
Learning the various functions – HOME/Menu
1 Press MENU to display the menu.
• The menu will be displayed only during shooting and playback mode.
• Different items will become visible depending on the selected mode.
2 Select the desired menu item with v/V on the control button.
• If the desired item is hidden, keep pressing v/V until the item appears on the screen.
3 Select a setting with b/B.
• If the desired setting is invisible, keep pressing b/B until the setting appears on the screen.
• Press z after selecting an item in playback mode.
4 Press MENU to turn off the menu.
Using the menu items
MENU button
v/V/b/B button
z button
Control button
Function Guide
Setting [Function Guide] to [Off] turns
off the function guide (page 75).
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Menu items
The available menu items vary depending on the camera mode.
The shooting menu is available only in the shooting mode, and the viewing menu is available
only in the playback mode.
Also, the menu items available vary depending on the mode dial position. Only the available
items are displayed on the screen.
* The operation is limited according to the selected Scene Selection mode (page 33).
** Menu items can be set on the menu screen only on DSC-H7. To set Menu items on DSC-H9, press
the buttons for each function.
( : available)
Mode dial position: P S A M Scene
Menu for shooting (page 51)
Scene Selection — — — — — * —
Image Size
Face Detection — — — — * —
REC Mode** * —
Color Mode — —
Metering Mode** — —
White Bal — *
Flash Level — — —
Red Eye Reduction * —
Contrast — — —
Sharpness — — —
SteadyShot —
SETUP
Menu for viewing (page 65)
(Delete) (Slide Show)
(Retouch) (Protect)
(Print)
(Rotate) (Select Folder)

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