Olympus Stylus Digital 600 Review
By Movable Type Admin
Playback Modes & Screens
Typical playback display with default info shown momentarily.
Playback image with more info displayed: the file folder and file number, image quality (SHQ),
image size (2816x2112), exposure compensation (0.0), white balance (Auto), ISO speed (100), date and
time of capture.
Press the DISP button to cycle through the various information modes including
the histogram mode shown here.
Press the wide angle zoom button to enter the Index playback mode. Depending on the
menu setting, the index is 4, 9, 16 or 25 images per page -
or the calendar
display. This shows you captured images and when they were taken.
The playback image can be magnified in several steps from 1.0x to 10.0x in 1.0x 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 shrink.
Press the menu button in play mode brings up this shortcut menu with:
Album Entry - lets you organize images into different folders
Calendar - jumps to the calendar index display
The MODE MENU leads to:
Rotate - Rotate an image 90° for proper orientation
Slide Show - Start a presentation of the images stored
DPOF - Set Direct Print Order Format settings
Album Entry Select image to be added to an Album
Redeye Fix - Remove flash redeye problems
Black&White - Turn color image into B&W
Sepia - Turn color image into Sepia tone
Frame - Add a decorative Frame around your image
Title - Allows you to add a title to an image
Calendar - Make a calendar with a select image
Brightness - Adjust the brightness of an image
Saturation - Adjust the saturation of an image
The Resize option lets you save an image to a lower resolution.
Movie clips can be played back on the camera's LCD or a television set via the supplied Audio/Video cable.
Using the 4-way controller, you can fast-forward and rewind the video.
The Index option is located under the Edit tab of the Movie Playback menu and grabs nine frames from the movie clip and saves them as a new 2048x1536 still image.
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