On the playback screen, most of the selections from the menu screen are available as shortcuts on the main screen as well. They line both sides and include: Delete, Compare Image, Search, Folder Management, Index, Edit, Next and Previous images. The screen also displays all of your shooting information for each image directly over top of it.
Index mode features two settings, allowing you to either view 9 or 25 images at a time. This speeds up your searching time dramatically when you are looking for a specific image. To enter index mode you can either push the index button on the LCD screen or press the zoom control lever to the wide end.
Pressing the zoom lever to the telephoto end allows you to zoom in on an image. You can zoom in several steps, and once you have zoomed in, you can move around the image image using the arrows on the screen.
- Compare - Allows you to compare 2 images side-by-side on the LCD screen
- Folder - Choose the folder that your images will be stored in
- Search - Search your images by date, face, scene or type of data (still, movie or edited image)
- Edit - Enters into the camera's edit menu, shown below
- Slide Show - Runs a slide show of either all of your images or just your images that include faces, with or without transitions
- Protect - Protect certain images from deletion
- Erase Face Recognition - Allows the camera to un-recognize faces in an image
- Upload-Tag - Mark images for upload to either Facebook or YouTube
- Silent - On or Off
- Setup - Enters the Setup Menu
- Collage - Combines several images into pre-set templates
- Image Rotate - Change the orientation of an image
- Crop - Adjust the composition or remove items from the edges of an image
- Resize - Make a smaller copy of an image
- Red Eye Removal - Removes redness from the eyes of subjects
Collage allows you to create multiple-image pictures and prints by adding them to the templates shown above.
Cropping allows you to adjust the composition of an image or to remove parts of the outside while the image is still saved on the camera, before it gets to your computer.
Resize allows you to save a smaller copy of an image that you have captured. This is a great way to save space on a memory card if you are in a bind or to save smaller images for uploading to the web, email or a blog.
Image rotation allows you to change the orientation of an image 90° at a time either clockwise or counterclockwise.
The Mark for Upload feature allows you to select and tag your images and movies on the camera. They are then ready for direct upload to either Facebook or YouTube when the camera is connected to a computer with an internet connection.
Movie playback controls are very simple, allowing you to just play and pause your images, you do not have the ability to skip forwards or backwards within an movie.
- Time Difference - Allows you to set the camera to time that is different than you "home" time
- Language - Choose the operation language of the camera and menu system
- Silent Mode - On, Off
- Reset - Resets the camera to the factory defaults
- Format - Deletes all of the information off of the memory card
- Image Disp. - Continuous, 3 sec, 1.5 sec, Zoom Continuous, Off
- Frame No. - Continuous, Renew
- Dual IS Mode - Continuous, Shooting Only
- Illumination - On, Off
- Digital Zoom - On or Off
- Date/Time - Set the Date and Time
- Volume - Set the shutter, Operation and Playback volumes
- Sound - Set the Shutter, Start up and Operation sounds
- LCD Brightness - ±5 levels of Brightness
- Format - Delete all information from the SD card or internal memory
- Lang. - Select the camera's menu language
- Auto Power Off - Off, 2 Min, 5Min.
- Time Difference - Home, Local
- Autorotate PB - On or Off
- Background Color - Choose a background color
- Power Management - Power Save, Quick AF, Clear Display
- Reset - Reset the camera settings to the factory defaults
- Password - Set a 4 number password
- Calibration - Calibrate the LCD Touch screen
- Version Info - Displays the firmware version of the camera