Sony manufactures a line of digital cameras called the Cyber-shot, which ranges from point-and-shoot models to more advanced cameras with professional-quality features. All Cyber-shot cameras store digital photos on an internal memory card. The menu feature on the back of the camera allows for fast review of stored images, minor editing--such as removal of red-eye from subjects--and simple deletion to get rid of photos that don't make the grade. Deleting pictures is as fast as the push of a button.
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Turn on the camera by pressing the On/Off button on top.
Press the "Menu" button on the back of the camera in the lower right corner, then use the directional keys to locate and select stored photos on the Cyber-shot's memory card.
Press the button next to the dustbin icon on the back of the camera. The screen will display a message asking whether the picture should be deleted.
Use the up and down directional arrows to choose "Delete" then press the dustbin button.
Delete all the pictures on the Cyber-shot memory card at once by pressing the "Playback" button to review the photos, then press the zoom out control, which is a rocker switch on the back of the camera at the top. This will display tiny thumbnails on the LCD screen of all stored photos.
Press the button next the dustbin icon, then press the "Up" directional button and select "Delete all."
Press the dustbin button to erase all images from the camera.
Tips and warnings
- Memory cards with a larger storage capacity are available for the Cyber-shot, so it is not necessary to download and delete pictures so frequently.
- Once a picture is deleted from memory, it cannot be restored.
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