Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera ILCE-6300

Copyright Info

You can write copyright information onto the still images.

  1. MENU(Setup)→[Copyright Info]→ desired setting.
  2. When you select [Set Photographer] or [Set Copyright], a keyboard appears on the screen. Enter your desired name.

Menu item details

Write Copyright Info:
Sets whether to write copyright information. ([On]/[Off])
  • If you select [On], an icon will appear on the shooting screen.
Set Photographer:
Sets the photographer name.
Set Copyright:
Sets the copyright holder name.
Disp. Copyright Info:
Displays the current copyright information.


How to use the keyboard

When manual character entry is required, a keyboard is displayed on the screen.

  1. Input box
    The characters you entered are displayed.
  2. Switch character types
    Each time you press in the center of the control wheel, the character type will switch between alphabet letters, numerals and symbols.
  3. Keyboard
    Each time you press in the center, the characters corresponding to that key will be displayed one-by-one in order.

    For example: If you want to enter “abd”

    Select the key for “abc” and press once to display “a” → select “”((5) Move cursor) and press → select the key for “abc” and press twice to display “b” → select the key for “def” and press once to display “d”.

  4. Finalize
    Finalizes the entered characters.
  5. Move cursor
    Moves the cursor in the input box to the right or left.
  6. Delete
    Deletes the character preceding the cursor.
  7. Switches the next character to a capital or lowercase letter.
  8. Enters a space.
    • To cancel input, select [Cancel].


  • You can only enter alphanumeric characters and symbols for [Set Photographer] and [Set Copyright]. You can enter up to 46 letters.
  • A icon appears during the playback of images with copyright information.
  • In order to prevent unauthorized use of [Copyright Info], be sure to clear the [Set Photographer] and [Set Copyright] columns before lending out or handing over your camera.