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Sony Xperia 1 Camera Tone

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Sony Xperia 1 Camera Tone

How can I turn of the camera tone when I take a photo?

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Re: Sony Xperia 1 Camera Tone

Open the camera, click the cog wheel for settings, the scroll down a bit to Common and there it is, Sound.

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Re: Sony Xperia 1 Camera Tone

@RottenFoxBreath @ParoKi  also notable that on some markets, it is not possible to remove this tone.

https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-ray/Camera-shooting-sound/m-p/119810#M1357

https://talk.sonymobile.com/t5/Xperia-XA-XA-Ultra/Turnoff-camera-click-sound/m-p/1150894#M687



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Re: Sony Xperia 1 Camera Tone

That used to be true, and was the case in the UK at one point, but for a few years now the camera sounds seem to be able to be muted.

And I remember that was due to privacy laws.

 

 

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Re: Sony Xperia 1 Camera Tone

Hi @ParoKi,

Did you find the setting to turn the sound off? If it is not available or it's greyed out it's due to national/regional privacy laws and as far as I know, the only way to remove it is it set the device to silent/vibration mode.

Hi @RottenFoxBreath,

Very interesting to hear that this was the case for in the UK a while back.

The only country that I know about that has these rules are Japan, unless they have changed it recently.


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