Olympus C-50 Zoom Review
Playback Screens & Menus
When you switch the Mode dial from record to Play you are shown a fullscreen
review of the last image you captured like the one above. This can also be displayed
in Record mode by pressing the Quick View button.
From the menu you can select the INFO option and turn it on. You will now see the
following information displayed on top of each picture. This picture was shot in SHQ
mode, the filesize is 2560 x 1920 pixels, the aperture value was F4.5, the shutter
speed was 1/640 second, the exposure compensation was 0.0, the white balance was
automatic and the ISO sensitivity was set at 80. Next line is the date and time and
on the bottom is the folder and filename.
To quickly search through your stored images you move the zoom control lever to the wideangle position and it brings up a thumbnail index page. Using the 4-way jog switch you can select an image and then display it fullscreen. This display can be set for 4, 9 or 16 thumbnail images per page.
The little green icons: A "key" means
the image is protected. The "camera" icon means it is a movie clip. The "printer"
icon means it has been selected for DPOF printing.
While viewing an image fullscreen you move the zoom control lever to the
telephoto position and magnify the image up to 4x. You can now move around
the image using the 4-way jog switch to examine the picture for color,
detail or focus.
Play mode MENU options:
- Slideshow playback start
INFO - Enable or disable the camera and exposure information shown in playback mode.
- Set DPOF (digital print order format) information
MODE MENU - Go to the full menu, see next frame.
ROTATE - Rotate portrait mode images 90° for TV display
SEPIA - Change color image to sepia toned
RESIZE - Create a 640x480 or 320x240 size image
- Beep sound: Off, Low, High
- Adjust LCD backlight intensity
- Set the time and date
- Thumbnail display: 4, 9 or 16 images
VIDEO OUT - Set the video signal to NTSC or PAL standard
This is a fullscreen playback of a HQ quality 320x240 QuickTime movie clip.
You can also create an index file from a movie clip. You pick the desired images and
a 1024x768 still image is created with nine frames from the movie.
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