Using Color Restoration to Correct the Color of an Old Photograph

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EDITING IMAGES

4.

Use [

W] and [X] to 

select the candidate 
you want to correct.

5.

Use [

S] and [T] to select “Correct” and then 

press [SET].

• Select “Cancel” to exit the procedure without performing 

keystone correction.

IMPORTANT!

• If the original image is smaller than 2M (1600 × 1200 

pixels) size, the new (corrected) version will be the same 

size as the original one.

• When you display a corrected image on the camera’s 

monitor screen, the date and time indicate when the image 

was originally recorded, not when the image was corrected.

Color restoration let you correct the old color of a photograph 

shot with a digital camera. This function is useful for correcting 

existing old photographs, posters, etc.
• Performing color restoration on an image causes a new 

(restored) 2M (1600 × 1200 pixels) size image to be stored as 

a separate file.

1.

In the PLAY mode, use [

W] and [X] to scroll 

through images and display the snapshot you 
want to correct.

2.

Press [MENU].

3.

On the “PLAY” tab, select “Color Correction” 
and then press [

X].

4.

Use [

W] and [X] to select the photograph 

candidate you want.

5.

Use [

S] and [T] to select “Trim”, and then 

press [SET].

This displays a cropping boundary on the monitor screen.
• To exit color restoration without storing anything, select 

“Cancel”.

Using Color Restoration to Correct the 
Color of an Old Photograph