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Playback Modes & Menu Options



Minolta DiMAGE Z20

When you flip the Mode Switch to the Play position the last image captured is displayed full screen with overlay data for file folder and number, image resolution and quality, time and date. This same display is also shown when using the QuickView function from Record mode.


Minolta DiMAGE Z20

Pressing the "i+" button to the left of the power switch toggles between the full screen display, full screen w/out overlay and the index mode shown above.



Minolta DiMAGE Z20

When an image is displayed full screen in Play or QuickView mode you can press the Up switch to display the histogram along with the shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, white balance setting, and ISO speed.



Minolta DiMAGE Z20

A full-screen image can be enlarged 1.2x to 6x in 0.2x steps by pressing the telephoto zoom button. Once an image is enlarged you can scroll around inside of it using the 4-way selector.



Minolta DiMAGE Z20

Movie clips can be viewed on the EVF, LCD or a television via the supplied Video cable.



Minolta DiMAGE Z20

You can capture a single frame from a movie which will be the same resolution as the movie was recorded in - 640x480 or 320x240.



Minolta DiMAGE Z20

The Play mode menu:

Page 1

    Delete - Delete current frame, marked frames or all frames
    Format - Format the SD card
    Lock - Lock (protect) current frame, marked frames, all frames
    Copy - Copy images between cards or to/from internal memory

Page 2

    Slide show - Start automatic playback
    Playback - Select frames for slide show
    Duration - Select the duration each image is displayed
    Repeat - Repeat when last image is displayed

Page 3

    DPOF set - Select images for printing
    Date Print - Print the date with DPOF images
    Index Print - Create an index print with the DPOF order
    E-mail copy - Create smaller size image for e-mail




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