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Using the Sony Cyber-shot
DSC-S600
How to use this camera
• This is a quick use
handout
• I highly recommend
looking at the manual to
see all of the features that
this camera has!
• I also recommend
reviewing the "Read This
First" booklet (blue
booklet) for a quick
overview of the basics
This is your navigation area - it
has up, down, right, left buttons
that also perform other
functions as well
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  • Page 1 Using the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-S600 How to use this camera • This is a quick use handout • I highly recommend looking at the manual to see all of the features that this camera has! • I also recommend reviewing the “Read This First”...
  • Page 2: Lcd Display

    Batteries • This camera uses 2 AA batteries. • Battery life is shortened in cold temperatures. • It does NOT come with rechargeable batteries or a battery – Don’t leave your camera or batteries in the car/outside during charger. cold (or hot) weather •...
  • Page 3: Picture Quality

    Picture Quality • 5 settings for picture quality – 6 MP for best quality when printing 8x10 – 3.2 MP - images are recorded in same 3:2 aspect as photo printing paper or postcards, etc. – 3 MP – 2 MP - great for postcard size (4 x 6) –...
  • Page 4 Just a view to show where batteries and memory stick go Remove/insert memory stick • The slot for the memory stick is located in a separate compartment on the bottom right below the control button • Always turn off the camera before removing the memory stick (or changing batteries)
  • Page 5 Changing image size • To change the 6M, 3.2M, 3M, 2M, VGA and 16:9 settings • Move the slide to the picture of the camera (middle setting) and turn on power • Press the button on the back that has a small grid/trash can Changing image size •...
  • Page 6: Taking Pictures

    Flash • 4 settings – No indicator • Strobes if it is dark or against light (default setting) – Forced Flash • Flash used regardless of light – Slow synchro (lightning bolt with SL) • Flash used and shutter speed is slower under dark conditions –...
  • Page 7: Viewing Images On Camera

    Viewing images on camera (this is different than reviewing the last picture taken while “shooting” • Move to • Use the scroll thru the images Back Forward Meter mode • This sets which part of the subject to measure to determine exposure •...
  • Page 8: Taking Movies

    Taking Movies • By moving the selector to “movie” and holding down the shutter button, you can take movies. • You can even edit out portions of your movie with the camera • See page 40 for details Viewing images on your computer •...
  • Page 9 Using the adapter that comes with the Memory Stick Duo will allow you to use in Sony cameras that take the longer Memory Stick. Sony is switching their cameras to the Memory Stick Duo and Duo Pro. Downloaded from ManualsCamera.com Manuals...
  • Page 10 • Open the Lexar reader by grabbing the sides where the Bumps “bumps” are with your thumb and index finger • Slide out and flip up • Insert the adapter (with memory card already inserted) into the Lexar card reader –...
  • Page 11 Insert card reader in USB port • Insert the reader with the memory stick into the USB port – Found at the front of your computer on most newer models • Your computer will automatically “see” and “find” this new hardware –...
  • Page 12: Printing Images

    Printing Images • You can always print an image by inserting it into a blank Word document and resizing to desired size • See “Inserting into projects” slide for instructions Printing images using Windows XP • Windows XP offers a picture printing feature that allows you to choose 8x10, 4x6, 5x7, etc choices •...
  • Page 13 Printing images at Wal-Mart • Make sure that you take the Memory Stick Duo Adapter (not the card reader) • I’m not sure if Wal-Mart can read the smaller Duo stick. Inserting into projects • Inserting a picture is the •...
  • Page 14: Deleting Pictures

    Deleting pictures • You can delete pictures while the memory stick is still in the camera • Or you can delete using the card reader Preparing to delete images using card reader and computer • After the card reader (with the •...
  • Page 15 Delete pictures directly on camera • You can quickly delete the last picture taken while in “shoot” mode • Or you can delete while in Viewing mode Delete in “shoot” mode • While “reviewing” the last picture taken, you can delete this image •...
  • Page 16 • If you want to delete the image you are viewing – click the “trash can” button – This is the same button you use to change the megapixel setting • This will give you the Delete/Exit button • Use the Up button to select Delete –...
  • Page 17 Delete in “View” mode • Turn your dial to View • You will see the Back/Next at the bottom Actual view may differ slightly on the DSC-W5 model • Use the left/right arrow keys to move thru your pictures • When you find one you want to delete, touch the “trash can”...
  • Page 18 • This will give you the Delete/Exit button • Use the Up (the one with the flash icon) to select Delete – The active choice will be yellow • Push the middle button to delete Saving images to your H •...

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