Playback Screens & Menus

By Matt Metzker


casio_ex_g1_play_display_anim.gifTo view images on the EX-G1's screen, press the PLAY button. Thew last image taken will be displayed. Pressing the DISP button will change what information is shown along with each image.


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the image index is accessed using the zoom button.




casio_ex_g1_play_zoom_anim.gifThe G1 can zoom in on images via the zoom button and has an x8 capacity. Scrolling around the image when zoomed in is accomplished with the 4-way controller.



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Playback Menu:
    Slideshow - Runs a Slideshow of selected images on the memory card
    Dynamic Photo - Allows you to overlay part of one image onto another image
    Movie Converter - Converts a Dynamic Photo into a movie
    Layout Print - Produce a new image that contains multiple snapshots
    MOTION PRINT - allows you to pull a frame from a movie and make it a single image
    Movie Editing - Allows you to edit movies
    Lighting - This will lighten up an image up to 2 steps
    Red Eye - Will edit red out of eyes in portraits
    White Balance - Changes the white balance of an image
    Brightness - This will either brighten an image up to +2 or darken an image down to -2
    DPOF Printing - Set images for printing
    Protect - Protects files from being deleted
    Date/Time -
    Place a date/time stamp on an image
    Rotation - Rotate an image
     Resize - Used to resize an image
     Trimming - used to crop an image
     Dubbing - Adds audio to a snapshot
     Copy - This is used to copy files from the built-in memory to a memory card or vice-versa
     Divide Group -Used to divide up a CS group int individual images

 



casio_ex_g1_play_movie.jpg Playback for movies starts when you press the SET button (center of the 4-way controller). Movies can be edited through the playback menu.




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The Set-Up menu options:
    Screen - Auto 2, Auto, 1, +2, +1, 0
     Sound - Changes the sounds for the different camera functions
     Startup - On or Off
     File Number - Continue or Reset
    World Time - Home or World
    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
    Power On/Power Off - Power On, Hold: On, Disable
    USB - Mass Storage, PTP(PictBridge)
    Video Out - NTSC (4:3, 16:9), PAL (4:3, 16:9)
    Format - Format, Cancel
    Reset - Restore factory defaults

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