Canon EOS D60 SLR Review
By Movable Type Admin
Pressing the (Play) button brings up the last image
stored full screen on the LCD. The current folder and file number is in the upper right
corner, down in the lower left is the current image number and total number of images.
While viewing a picture full screen you can press the INFO button to see all the exposure
details. The current image is displayed as a hi-res thumbnail with a histogram to show
the dynamic range, the ISO equivalent, the recording mode, shutter speed, aperture,
exposure compensation, white balance, metering mode, image size and quality, time and
Another feature of the info-playback thumbnail is that it will "blink" the area of the
image that it deems will be overexposed, too bad it doesn't do this in fullscreen mode
too. You can use this as a visual warning that you might need to adjust exposure
compensation and re-shoot the picture.
Pressing the button once will bring up a thumbnail
preview index so you can quickly select an image to display. Pressing the Jump button
enables you to quickly move through all stored images, your position is indicated
by the slider graphic in the lower right.
Pressing the button twice puts you into Zoom-Playback
mode which magnifies the image in one step to 3.5x. You then scroll around inside of
the image by moving from one segment to the next by rotating the quick select dial.
The magnified image is broken up into a total of nine segments.
Use the Rotate option to display portrait mode images on the TV in correct
orientation. Each time you press the SET button it rotates the images 90 degrees.
The Protect mode lets you tag an image so that it cannot be accidentally deleted.
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