Playback Screens & Menus

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Pressing the playback button on the back of the camera allows you to view all of the images that are stored on the SD card(s). Within the menu system, you can choose what information the camera will show about each image. Press up and down to change the amounts of information.





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Once in playback mode, you can use the index view to quickly search through your images. Pressing the zoom out button more than once changes the number of thumbnails available, until you reach the calendar view. Once there you can choose your images by the date they were taken.





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The zoom in button allows you to get a much closer look at the images on the SD card(s). Once you have zoomed in, you can use the directional controller to scroll around the image. This is a great way to check your images for focus and detail on the high resolution 3.2-inch LCD.





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Playback Menu:
  • Delete - Delete images from memory card
  • Playback folder - Select the active playback image folder
  • Hide Image - Selected images only shown in this folder
  • Playback Display Options - Select the playback display features: Shooting data, Histogram, Highlights, RGB Histogram, Focus point
  • Copy Image(s) - Copy images from one card slot to the other
  • Image review - Display image immediately after capture
  • After delete - Select what will display after deleting an image or movie
  • Rotate tall - Automatically rotate portrait oriented images for display
  • Slide show - Start an automated slide show of the images in the current image folder
  • DPOF Print Order - Enter DPOF printing information





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Retouch Menu:
  • D-Lighting - brightens shadows, ideal for dark or back-lit photos
  • Red-Eye Correction - Remove red-eye in your flash portraits (saves as a corrected copy, does not overwrite original)
  • Trim - Crop and image and save as a new file
  • Monochrome - Choose Black&White, Sepia or Cyanotype (blue and white monochrome)
  • Filter Effects - Choose from Sky light, Warm filter, Red/Green/Blue intensifier, Cross screen, or Soft
  • Color Balance - Use the multi-selector to create a copy of an image with modified color balance.
  • Image Overlay - Combine two existing RAW photos to create a single picture that is saved separately. The new image is saved at the current image quality and size settings.
  • NEF (RAW) processing - Convert RAW images to JPEG format in-camera with minimal editing options for white balance, image size, exposure comp., picture control, etc.
  • Resize - create a smaller copy of an image and save to selected card
  • Quick retouch - Enhances saturation and contrast as well as applies D-lighting as required; image is then saved as a new file
  • Straighten - Correct images that are not level
  • Distortion control - Reduce effects of peripheral distortion (barrel distortion and pin-cushioning) in your photos; Auto or Manual options, edited image is saved as a new file
  • Fisheye - Create copies of images that appear to have been photographed using a fisheye lens
  • Color Outline - Outline an image, saves as new file
  • Color Sketch - create a copy that resembles a color sketch
  • Perspective control - Reduce the effects of perspective in photos of tall buildings, etc.
  • Miniature effect - modify a long range shot to look as it were taken close-up
  • Selective Color - Choose up to 3 colors from within an image to keep while the rest of the color will be removed for a creative look
  • Edit movie - Choose starting/stopping point to movies and delete unwanted scenes





The "i" button in playback mode allows you to choose the card slot, folder, retouch images and select images to transfer from the camera to your smart device with just the push of a button.





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Here is a sample of the selective color option. The camera allows you to choose up to 3 colors to keep, while everything else goes black and white. The full sized image can be found on the samples page.





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Movie playback is possible on the camera's LCD screen or on any HDTV or field monitor with an optional HDMI cable. Both movies and still images can be shown via the HDMI output. The camera gives you basic playback control as well as some basic editing and trimming features, but nothing complicated.





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Setup Menu:
  • Format memory card - Format the memory card
  • Save user settings - assign scene modes or settings for different users.
  • Reset user settings - reset to default settings
  • Monitor brightness - Adjust LCD back light +5 to -5
  • Monitor color balance - Manually adjust the color balance of the LCD screen
  • Clean Image Sensor - Cleans the Low Pass Filter to remove dust and dirt particles
  • Lock Mirror Up for cleaning - Puts the camera in a mode for cleaning
  • Image Dust Off ref photo - Capture a photo to be used with Capture NX 2's Dust Off feature
  • Flicker reduction - 50 or 60 Hz
  • Time zone and date - Set the Time zone, date and time, date format, daylight saving time
  • Language - Select the menu language
  • Auto image rotation - Auto rotates portrait mode images for proper video display
  • Battery info - shows battery life and when it needs to be replaced
  • Image comment - Enter a comment that will be embedded in the image information
  • Copyright information - enter name of artist or copyright holder
  • Save/load settings - Save or load settings to and from a memory card
  • Virtual horizon - display a virtual horizon in the monitor
  • Non-CPU lens data - select focal length and apertures to be used with non-CPU lenses
  • AF fine tuning - save fine tuned values for individual lenses
  • HDMI - Adjust output and device control options
  • Location Data - Adjust standby timer, Position and set clock from satellite
  • WiFi - Adjust all built-in WiFi settings
  • Network - Control networking settings
  • Conformity marking - View logos
  • Firmware Version - Display the camera's current firmware version information


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