Stylus Digital 410
Stylus Digital 410
Olympus Stylus Digital 410 Review
By Movable Type Admin
Playback Modes & Screens
Typical playback image with minimal information enabled.
Typical playback image with the Info option enabled which displays the image
quality (SHQ), image size (2272x1704), exposure compensation (0.0), white
balance (Auto), date and time of capture and the folder name and file number
on the bottom.
Press the wide angle zoom button to enter the Index playback mode. Depending on the
menu setting, the index is 4, 9 or 16 images per page.
The playback image can be magnified in six steps from 1.5x to 4.0x in 0.5x
increments, you can then scroll around the image using the 4-way selector.
Press the telephoto zoom button to enlarge and the wide angle button to
The Play mode menu has four sections; Play, Edit, Card and Setup.
Rotate - Rotate portrait mode pictures 90° clockwise or counter clockwise
DPOF - Print Order Format, set current image or all images for printing
Sepia - Turn color image into Sepia tone
Trim - Crop and create smaller 640x480 or 320x240 image
Menu Language - Japanese, English, French, German
Camera Sounds - Enable or disable camera beeps
PW ON Setup - Select power up screen animation and sound level
Color - Allows you to change the menu system's color scheme (Normal, Pink, Green, Blue)
Camera Sounds - Adjust the sound levels (Off, Low, High)
Shutter Sound - Select shutter sound theme
Rec View - View image immediately after capture on LCD
File Name - Select between Reset and Auto
Pixel Mapping - Map out bad pixels
Monitor Brightness - Adjust LCD backlight
Set Clock - Set time and or date
Video Out - Video out signal - NTSC or PAL format
Movie clips can be played back on the camera's LCD or a television set via
the supplied Audio/Video cable. Thanks to the built in all-weather
microphone and speaker, audio is also played back.
The menu in movie mode lets you play the movie clip normally or frame by frame. The Index option grabs nine frames from the movie clip and saves them as a new 1024x768 still image.
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