08-17-2015 03:01 PM
Is the veiwfinder on instead?
On the back of your cmera bottom right that larger dial has a DISP. symbol on the bottom. Try pressing that several times to see if it toggles the shooting veiw from Veiwfinder to LCD to both.
08-17-2015 06:30 PM
Ok great!! Thats an awesome camera you have there I have its slightly older brother the SX50HS and I am quite pleased with it and still learning more about it after about a year!
10-04-2016 04:18 PM
I'm having trouble with my image viewer as it comes up with a graph next to the photos how do I fix this, also I'm training to be an iridologist and would like to take a good photo of the eye, I don't seem to be able to get a clear photo can anyone help please. Thanks.
10-04-2016 07:06 PM
When I bring up my images on the camera there is 2 graphs almong side the photos and I can't get rid of it, what have I done wrong, it's a SX60 HS, also I'm trading to do iridology and can't get a good eye shot, has anyone got a good suggestion on what setting would work best for this, I get background reflection from the persons eye, thanks.
10-05-2016 10:46 AM
The info button toggles what data is shown.
The only way to get rid of reflections is to get rid of reflections. You need to do it in a dark room and set up the lights so that the reflections are out of the frame. You might be able to just set up a dark sheet behind you.
Unless you are trying to prove it wrong, I wouldn't waste my time on iridology.
01-17-2017 05:28 PM
Thanks so much - I figured I needed to go camera shopping just before we leave for a trip.
Really appreciate the post to solve my problem! The display button - won't forget that in the future!
02-13-2017 02:21 PM
Hi John, I had the SX50 HS,and although I hadn't mastered it, I think I acheived better results with it, better than I do with the SX60HS.
I, wish I had stuck to the 50 but was seduced by the extra zoom.
I have to say the 50 was a bit small in my hands, as I was inadvertantly pressing buttons and that was a big factor in my decicion to 'upgrade'
The 60 feels more comfortable for me,although the problem now is not accidently pressing buttons, but finding them without actually looking, as they are recessed and hard to find by touch.
I think both of these cameras have too many 'Bells and Whistles'
Persevere with your SX50 HS, it's a great alrounder.
02-13-2017 03:27 PM
Yes I like my SX50 so much I bought a second one, a Canon refurbished and half of what I paid for the new one for my daughter. The mode dial on the back is where I find myself accidentally pushing it but all in all it is a great camera. I was tempted when the SX60 came out but decided to hold off for the SX100... I figure 4 more years tops lol