Fujifilm FinePix S9100 Zoom Review
Playback Modes & Menus
Rotating the Power / Record / Play switch to the Play mode brings up the last image
captured full screen with only minimal details.
Pressing the INFO button on the side displays the exposure information including
image size/quality, ISO value, shutter speed, aperture, color mode, sharpness,
saturation, flash mode, white balance and exposure compensation. You also
get a small histogram, file number and the time and date.
Pressing the DISP button toggles image display with text, image display without text,
multi-frame playback and sorting by date. Using multi-frame playback you can quickly
search through the captured images to display one full screen, depressing the
4-way selector buttons to move among the images.
Sorting by date gets you directly to those images shot on the date of interest regardless
of the number of images stored on the memory card. Use the 4-way selector to
select the date in the left frame.
Pressing the 'up' button on the 4-way selector magnifies the
image, there are many steps, the slider gauge tells you where you
are currently. You can pan around inside of the image using the 4-way selector;
hit the Back button to return to using the up and down buttons to control zoom.
You can replay your movies full screen on either the color LCD or EVF.
And you can also play them back on your TV when using the supplied A-V cable.
Those big 640x480 30fps movies look great on the BIG screen.
The Play menu lets you delete the current picture, ALL pictures, rotate, set the DPOF (Digital Print
Order Format) information, protect this/all images, control playback time, add a 30-sec Voice Memo to an image
and trim the image.
Trimming is invoked from the Display menu while viewing the unzoomed image.
At any zoom-in step you can pan around the image until you have it cropped the
way you want it and then trim it and save it as a smaller size image.
Setup menu options:
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