Playback Screens & Menus
By Josh Fate
When you press the playback button on the back of the camera, the last picture taken is displayed full screen. You can move backward or forward through the images using the LEFT and RIGHT buttons. The amount of overlay information displayed is controlled by pressing the DISP button. You can choose from no info, basic info, a full detailed list of settings.
You can quickly search through stored images using the Index playback function which is actuated by pressing the Wide zoom control. The amount of times you move the Wide zoom control will determine the amount of thumbnails shown, from either 12 or 30! Pressing it again then brings up the calendar menu which allows you to access you images by the date taken.
The image can be magnified up to 16x in 4 steps by pressing the telephoto zoom button. Once the image is enlarged at any step, you can move around inside of it using the 4-way selector buttons.
Playback Mode Menu:
- Normal Play - Runs normal playback
- Slide Show - Runs a slide show of all the images on the memory card
- Category Play - Search by category
- Calendar - Select your images based on the date taken
- Title Edit - Add a title to one or several images
- Text Stamp - Add shooting date, Age, Travel Date or Title to an image
- Resize - Create a smaller copy of an image
- Trimming - Allows you to crop your images inside the camera
- Leveling - Allows you to slightly adjust the orientation of the image to level your subject
- Rotate Disp. - Turn auto rotate of the display on or off
- Favorite - On or Off
- Print Set - Single or Multi
- Protect - Protect one or multi images to protect from deletion
- Audio Dub - Add a short audio clip to an image
- Copy - Copy images from the memory card to the internal memory and visa versa
Resize allows you to make your images smaller on the camera without the need for a computer. The picture will save as new file so that you do not lose the original.
The rotate feature allows the camera to rotate an image without a computer 90° at a time.
The leveling feature allows you to slightly adjust the oreintation of the image in order to "level" something in your image. This way you always have a straight and level shot.
Camera Setup Menu:
- Clock Set - Set the time and date
- World Time - Set Home and Destination (if traveling) time zones
- Travel Date - Set date of travel
- Beep - Changes the volume of several of the camera settings
- Volume - Internal speaker volume control
- Monitor - Adjust the EVF brightness
- LCD Mode - Off, Auto Power LCD, Power LCD, High Angle
- Display Size - Change the font size from standard to large
- Guide Line - Set Rec. Info (On/Off), Histogram (On/Off), and grid lines pattern
- Histogram - Turn on a histogram
- Economy - Reduces the brightness of LCD to save battery power (Level 1 or 2)
- Auto Review - Auto review after capture (off, 1s, 3s, Zoom)
- Zoom Resume - Camera goes back to the last zoom position
- No. Reset - Reset file numbering counter
- Reset - Reset all settings to factory default
- USB Mode - PC Mass Storage / PictBridge
- TV Aspect - Choose 4:3 or 16:9
- Version Disp. - Firmware version
- Format - Format the memory card
- Language - Choose the menu language
- Demo Mode - See demo of camera movement, or the auto demo
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