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Playback Screens & Menus

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Pressing the playback button on the back of the camera allows you to view all of the images that are saved on the camera's SD card. Again the DISP button allows you to change the amount of information that is shown on the LCD screen or EVF. Anywhere from no info to the full gamut of the shooting settings, including a full color histogram, can be shown about each captured image.





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Pressing down on the 4-way controller takes you to the camera's image index mode. Here you are able to see and search thumbnails of the images that are saved on the memory card. This provides a fast and easy way to search through a large number of images quickly. On the left side is an option to search via date or file type to greatly increase your searching speed. 





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The AF/MF - AEL lock button in playback mode allows you to zoom in on a single image. Here you can check focus and detail without having a large computer screen. Once you have zoomed in, you can use the 4-way controller to scroll around the image. The zoom key located at the bottom left of the screen shows you the portion of the image you are currently viewing.





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Play menu options:
  • Delete - Remove files from the memory card
  • View Mode - Date View, Folder View (still), Folder View (MP4), AVCHD View
  • Image Index - Enter the Index playback function
  • Display Rotation - Auto, Manual, Off
  • Slide Show - Start an automated slide show
  • Rotate - Rotate the orientation of an image
  • Enlarge Image - Magnify an image for critical inspection
  • Protect - Protect files from deletion
  • Specify Printing - Sets images for DPOF printing





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One touch of the Fn button in playback mode allows you to upload images to a connected smartphone. This option even allows you to choose images ahead of time so they are ready when a smartphone is connected.





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Basic editing controls allow you to change a few things about an image while it is still on the camera. Above you can see the rotate option, which allows you to change the orientation of an image 90° at a time. 





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All of your captured videos can be played back on the camera's LCD screen. Audio is also played back on a tiny built-in speaker. The camera gives you frame-by-frame control over your videos, in which any frame can be saved as a jpeg. With an optional HDMI cable, your Full 1080p HD videos and 4K videos can be played back on the appropriate HDTV/4K TV just by connecting them. All still images can also be viewed this way. 





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Setup Menu:
  • Monitor Brightness - Adjust the LCD brightness and color
  • Viewfinder Bright - Set the brightness of the viewfinder
  • Finder Color Temp. - ±2
  • Gamma Disp. Temp. - Off, Auto, S-Log2 709(800%), S-Log3 709(800%)
  • Volume Settings - 0-15
  • Audio Signals - On or Off
  • Tile Menu - On or Off
  • Mode Dial Guide - On or Off
  • Delete Confirm - Delete First, Cancel First
  • Display Quality - High, Standard
  • Power Saving Start Time - 10 Sec, 1, 2, 5 or 30 minutes
  • NTSC/PAL Selector - Choose your video setting
  • Cleaning Mode - Performs Sensor Cleaning
  • Demo Mode - Plays a demonstration of movie playback
  • TC/UB Settings - Adjust several of the TC and UB settings
  • Remote Ctrl - On or Off
  • HDMI Settings: 
    • HDMI Resolution - Auto, 2160p/1080p, 1080p, 1080i
    • Movie 24p/60p Output - 60p or 24p
    • HDMI Info Display - On or Off
    • Movie TC Output - On or Off
    • Movie Record Control - On or Off
    • CTRL for HDMI - On or Off
  • Movie 4K Output Select - 
  • USB Connection - Auto, Mass Storage, MTP, PC Remote
  • USB LUN Setting - Multi, Single
  • USB Power Supply - On or Off
  • Language - Select the display language
  • Date/Time Setup - Set the date and time
  • Area Setting - Set the region of the world you are shooting in
  • Copyright Info - Write Copyright Info, Set Photographer, Set Copyright, Disp. Copyright Info
  • Format - Format the memory card
  • File Number - Series, Reset
  • Set File Name - Choose any 3 characters for the file name (default "DSC")
  • Select REC Folder - Choose the folder that the images are stored in
  • New Folder - Create a new folder to store images
  • Folder Name - Standard Form, Date Form
  • Recover Image DB - Recovers the image database file
  • Display Media Info - Shows space left on SD card for still images and video at the camera's current settings
  • Version - Displays the camera's software and lens versions
  • Setting Reset - Restores the camera's default settings


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