View on TV

If the camera and TV are not connected using an HDMI cable, you can view images on a network-enabled TV by transferring the image from the camera. You may need to set the TV beforehand, depending on the model. For details, see the instruction manual of the TV.
  1. Switch to playback mode.

  1. MENU (View on TV) desired device to be connected

  1. When you want to play back images using slideshow, press .

  • To play back images manually, press /.

  • To change the device to be connected, press to select [OPTION] [Device list], and press .

Slideshow setting

You can change the settings for the slideshow by pressing [Slideshow Set] .

Playback Selection
Selects the group of images to be shown. The setting is fixed to [Folder] when the internal memory is used to record images.
Folder View: Selects from [All] or [Folder].
Date View: Selects from [All] or [This Date].
Selects from [Music1] to [Music4] or [Muting].
Selects from [On] and [Off].
Selects from [Short] to [Long].

* The settings are effective only for BRAVIA TV which is compatible with the functions.
  • You can use this function on a TV that supports DLNA renderer.

  • You can view images on a Wi-Fi Direct-enabled TV or network-enabled TV (including cable TV).

  • If you connect TV and the camera and do not use Wi-Fi Direct, you need to register your access point on the camera first.

  • Displaying the images on the TV may take time.

  • Movies cannot be shown on TV using Wi-Fi. Use an HDMI cable (sold separately).

  • Even if you transfer images shot in 3D Shooting mode to a TV, you cannot play them back as 3D images.

  • Even if you set [Music] for slideshow settings to [Muting], sound may be produced. If this happens, confirm the music settings of TV.

  • When burst images are transferred to a TV, the main image alone or all images will be transferred depending on the settings for [Display Cont. Shooting Group].

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