Cool-Icam Aqua 2100 Review
Record Mode Screens & Menus
The screen display in the Automatic record mode. Icons across the top indicate that image
size is currently Large and quality is Fine, Single frame drive mode, Flash is forced to
On, there's enough space left to take 327 more pictures and there is a SD card in the
camera. Icons on the bottom indicate battery at 50%, digital zoom is x1.0 which means
no digital zoom is being used and the date.
Half-pressing the shutter release sets the exposure and the upper icons turn green
indicating the camera is ready to capture.
In Manual mode the user can change the white balance and exposure compensation
Menu options while in Manual mode:
Exposure Compensation - Override the metering +/- 2.0EV in 1/2 steps
White Balance - Auto, Daylight, Shade, Tungsten, Fluorescent, B&W
Resolution - 1600x1200, 800x600
Quality - Fine, Normal
Setup Menu - Date&Time, Beep, Power Save, QuickView, TV Out, Language
Format - Format internal memory or SD card
As you can see, the Aqua 2100 has a very respectable macro focusing mode too.
The Aqua 2100 can record movie clips with audio at 15 frames per second in 320x240 resolution, the length depends on available memory.
Both the video and audio portion of movies can be replayed on the camera thanks to the builtin speaker. Video playback is also possible when connected to a TV monitor or a compatible PC after downloading.
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