Sanyo VPC-FH1 Record Modes
By Mike Flacy
Record Modes & Screens
The still image capture screen appears when you half press the shutter release. Here it just displays the information about the current image. For a total number of pictures left, you will have to look at the default video screen shown below.
Here on the default screen, you see the number of remaining pictures as well as the remaining time of video capture based on the current settings. Also at the bottom is battery life indicator, telling you in minutes how long you have left. Pressing the set button will clear all this information from the screen.
Although this is not the default menu, this one gives you only the basic camera setup choices of Image and Video size, Focus Mode and Flash Mode.
Scene Select - Full Auto, Sports, Portrait, Landscape, Night Portrait, Snow & Beach,
Flash - Auto, Forced Flash, Off
Self Timer - Off, 2-second, 10-second
Video Stabilizer - On or Off
Photo Stabilizer - On or Off
Focus - Standard, Manual, Super Macro
Focus Mode - 9-point autofocus, spot focus
Exposure Measure - Multi, Center, Spot
ISO - Auto, 50, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
WHite Balance - Auto, Sunny, Cloudy, Fluorescent, Incandescent, One Push
Exposure - Program, Shutter, Aperture, Manual
Face Chaser - On or Off
Photo Wide-D - On or Off
High Sensitivity - On or Off
Digital Zoom - On or Off
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