Konica KD-400Z Review
By Movable Type Admin
Playback Screens & Menus
(Excuse the poor quality of these screens but the KD-400Z does not have a
Video Out feature so these had to be photographed off of the color LCD.)
A typical record mode screen display. Across the top is "SD" indicating that we are
currently using a Secure Digital (or MMC) type memory card. This will change to "MS"
to indicate Memory Stick or "IN" when no card is inserted and you use the 2MB of
internal memory. The date and time are
always a constant reminder to keep the clock set properly. The lightning bolt indicates
the flash is in "forced on" mode, normally it isn't displayed which indicates that it
is in "automatic" mode. Other possible icons are Red-eye reduction, night portrait,
macro, infinity and selftimer. On the bottom is the battery
condition, number of images remaining, quality FINe, and 2304x1704 image size.
Almost invisible in the center is the focus target marks.
While viewing an image fullscreen you can press the TELE zoom button and begin
enlarging the image in steps all the way up 12x. This is good for checking for
critical, focus, color or composition.
Selecting INDEX from the play menu displays nine thumbnail images. From here you
can search through the stored images and select one for fullscreen playback or
Page 1 of play menu:
COPY - Copy image data between SD, MS or INternal memory
DELETE - Select the media desired and then erase any or all images
MONITOR - Set LCD brightness
DPOF - Set DPOF (Digital Print Order Form) printing data
Page 2 of play menu:
PROTECT - Protect images from deletion
MOVE - Move pictures or movies to a different media
SLIDE SHOW - Begin slideshow playback on LCD
ADD REC - Add voice memo to a picture
Page 3 of play menu:
RETURN - Exit menu, return to record screen
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