Pressing the Play button brings up the image last captured. The default information is displayed: image size (9-megapixel), quality (Fine), file number, battery level indicator, and time and date of capture are shown. Pressing the 4-way controller left or right scrolls through the stored images. A 'musical note' icon (not shown) indicates there is an audio memo attached, press the SET button to play the audio. Pressing the DISPlay button will bring up the +Histogram option. It also shows extended exposure data: EV compensation (0.0), ISO used (ISO 100) Best Shot mode used (Auto), flash mode, white balance (AWB), metering, Aperture value (f8.5), Shutter speed (1/500) as well as the histogram. Pressing it again will remove all information and just show the picture. The amount of information can be changed by pressing the DISP. button.
Press the zoom 'W'ide button to enter the Index mode which can show 25 thumbnail images per page.
Press the zoom 'T'ele button to enlarge the playback image. It can be magnified from 1.3x to 8x in multiple steps, once enlarged you can scroll around inside of it using the 4-way controller. At any magnification step you can save the cropped image by pressing the Menu button.
Slideshow - Runs a Slideshow of selected images on the memory card Motion Print - Allows you to print frames from a movie Movie Editing - Allows you to edit movies inside the camera White Balance - Change the white balance setting after the image is captured Brightness - Adjust the brightness after the image is captured DPOF Printing - Set images for printing Protect - Protect files from deletion Rotation - Change the orientation of an image Resize - Change the size of an image Trimming - Crop your image Copy - Copy back and forth between the internal memory and the SD card Divide Group - Separates groups of images taken continuously CS Frame Edit - Shown Below
CS Frame Edit:
DPOF Printing - Set images for printing Protect - Protect files from deletion Copy - Copy back and forth between the internal memory and the SD card Delete - Delete an image from the memory card Cancel - Exit the menu
Playback of a group of continuous images has similar controls to that of a movie playback. Here you can watch them continuously at several speeds or flip through them one at a time.
The trimming feature allows you to adjust your framing inside the camera.
Resize allows you to save a much smaller copy of the original image.
Allows you to change the orientation of the image by 90� at a time.
Movies are played back in full screen mode, playback starts by pressing the 4-way controller's center OK button.
During playback, the 4-way controller's left and right buttons are used to select the playback controls displayed at the top of the LCD; pressing the OK button performs the selected action. The bar at the bottom indicates the playback position with the running time in seconds displayed on the right.
Edit your movies inside the camera. This takes away the need for a computer to do simple edits.
The Set-Up menu options:
Screen - Auto 2, Auto, 1, +2, +1, 0 Eye-Fi - On or Off Sounds - Adjust the different sounds made by the camera File Number - Continuous, Reset World Time - Choose the time and location you are in Timestamp - Date, Date&Time, Off Adjust - Adjust time Date Style - How the date is displayed Language - 17 different languages Sleep -Sleep time for the camera Auto Power Off - Turns camera off after a set time REC/PLAY - REC/PLAY buttons turn the camera on or off USB - Mass Storage, PTP(PictBridge) Video Out - NTSC (4:3, 16:9), PAL (4:3, 16:9) Startup - Shows an image when the camera is turned on Format - Format, Cancel Reset - Restore factory defaults
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