Minolta DiMAGE 7 Review
By Movable Type Admin
Playback Modes & Menu Options
A typical Play mode screen. When you turn the Command Dial to the Play position
the last image captured is displayed full screen with overlay data for file folder
and number, image resolution and quality, time and date. This same display is
also shown when using the QuickView function from Record mode.
Pressing the "i+" button in the center of the display switch toggles between the
full screen display, full screen w/out overlay and the index mode shown above.
From the menu you can select to display 4 or 9 thumbnail images per screen.
When an image is displayed full screen in Play or QuickView mode you can press the
Up switch to display the histogram along with the shutter speed, aperture, white
balance setting, ISO speed and exposure compensation.
The full screen playback image can be enlarged 2x, 2.5x or 4x by pressing the
magnification button. Once an image is enlarged you can scroll around inside of it
using the 4-way selector control.
Movie clips can be viewed on either LCD or on a television if you have hooked up
the video cable.
The Play mode menu:
Delete - Delete current frame, marked frames or all frames
Lock - Lock (protect) current frame, marked frames, all frames
Index format - Display 4 or 9 thumbnail images in index mode
Slideshow - Start automatic playback
Play - Select frames for slideshow
Duration - Select the duration each image is displayed
Repeat - Repeat when last image is displayed
Print - Set DPOF printing information
Index Print - Print index sheet
Cancel print - Remove DPOF information
Copy - Copy images between CF cards using camera memory
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