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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom does. It has since version 4.3 released on December 13th, 2012(it was also in an earlier RC). What are you actually looking for is support of HiDPI, which Lightroom 4.3 and above has. Adobe also updated Photoshop CS6 to version 13.0.2 which supports HiDPI displays. (Note that this does not apply to Photoshop Elements, for which no ...
You could use self adhesive magnetic tape. This has the advantage of being able to apply it on the back of the photo where you want to make it as secure as possible. It is also very thin and relatively cheap (depending how often you wanted to replace pictures)
If it's a show being broadcast, I hit the freeze button on my remote. If it's a move or tv show on dvd/blu ray, I either press the freeze button on my tv remote or hit pause on the dvd player remote. Today I took a bunch of shots at various shutter speeds. I have a Nikon D5100. Using a tripod I used ISO 100 and found the shots that came out best were ...
Try something like Blu-Tack, or a similar putty adhesive. These have plenty of grip and leave no residue. You can also try better magnets as @dpollitt suggests. The kind you want are called 'rare earth' magnets and are super strong, but harder to find. Also, keep them far away from any recording media, memory cards, etc.
It's actually more probable that a display driver/multiplexer chip or one of its associated resistors (hardware) is the problem if one of the segments is "stuck" across characters. That's the circuit that translates between the values to display and the character segments that need to be activated (and such displays, whether LCD, LED, or fluorescent, ...
[NOTE: When I first answered this, I was thinking NEX-3 rather than NEX-F3, so the information about available controls is likely not the same. I will leave the information for NEX-3 owners, but if you have the NEX-F3 (a much more expensive and capable version of the NEX camera series), my myopic observations may not apply.] If the pictures are still in the ...
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