Nikon D5000 Playback Modes & Screens
By Mike Flacy
Pressing the OK button while viewing an image will bring up the Retouch Menu, as shown above.
Pressing the Help/Index/Zoom out button will bring up 4, 9, or 72 thumbnails, allowing you to quickly search through stored files. Press the button again and you will enter the Calendar display, which lets you search images that were captured on a certain date.
The full screen image can be enlarged up to 27x (depending on the image size) in multiple steps, at any step you can use the multi-selector to scroll around inside the magnified image. If any faces were detected in the frame, you can use the "i" button + rotate the control dial to display faces without changing zoom ratio.
Playback folder - Select the active playback image folder
Display mode - Select the playback display features: Shooting data, Histogram, Highlights, RGB Histogram, Focus point
Image review - Display image immediately after capture
Rotate tall - Automatically rotate portrait oriented images for display
Slide show - Start an automated slide show of the images in the current image folder
Print set - Enter DPOF printing information
D-Lighting - brightens shadows, ideal for dark or back-lit photos
Here you can see the D-lighting option. You can control the intensity of this feature with settings for Low, Normal or High.
You can also adjust Color balance right in the camera.
Don't have time to edit a NEF (RAW) file on your PC or Mac? No problem, the D5000 offers quick and basic RAW conversion in-camera, for processing on the fly.
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