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Menu Option "Deltete all with same Date" lost since Firmware upgrade

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In Order to make Smartphone-Sharing possible I recently updated my ILCE-6000 to Ver. 3.21.

Since then I miss the Option to delete Images with the same Date (Only "All in Same Folder" is available - as I do not generate Folders this seems to mean delete all Fotos - which is nonsense when I am in the course of shooting.) So I am left with selecting single photos do delete or delete all ...

Does anyone know hot to get the Date-functionality back?

Best Regards

Sony Engineers are good Media-People but unfortunately not good Software-People (I say this not only because of the date-issue but due to all my experiences with SONY Software. From getting Images from the Camera to remote controlling the camera....

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On 2/9/2021 at 9:14 AM, LiveShots said:

I think the option depends on what you have set up in the Folder Name option

https://helpguide.sony.net/gbmig/45349331/v1/en/contents/TP0000508329.html?search=Date form

i think if this is set to date form then each folder will contain images from one day, so deleting all image in that folder is the same as deleting by date.


Thanks for the detailed explanation

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