Concord Eye-Q 5345Z Review
By Movable Type Admin
(Note: These screen shots were taken from a Casio .pdf user manual as the 5345z
lacks a video output port which we use for our normal screen captures;
in some cases there are minor differences between the 5345z and the Casio QV-R51
on which it is based.)
Pressing the REVIEW button or selecting Playback on the Mode Dial brings up the last image
captured in full screen mode with this overlay information.
Pressing the Wide Angle zoom button while in Playback brings up the 9-per-screen thumbnail
index mode, here you can quickly search through the stored images and select one for full
While an image is displayed full screen you can magnify it up to 4x by pressing the
telephoto side of the zoom lens control. Once magnified you can scroll around inside of
it using the 4-way selector.
Movie clips playback fullscreen continuously, the 4-way selector acts as the start, stop and
The large 5-megapixel images can be down-sampled in the camera to smaller sizes. This
is handy if you start to run out of recording space but don't want to delete any
of your already saved images.
Images can be selected for later printing using the DPOF (Digital Print Order Format)
function. You can select the images you want printed and the number of copies of each.
This DPOF information can be used by photo printers with builtin card slots or at photo
printing kiosks or photo finishing services.
The Trimming function lets you crop out a portion of a large image and save it to a
smaller image size.
The Copy function lets you copy image files to/from the camera's internal memory and
to/from a flash memory card.
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