Sony DSC-P32 Review
By Movable Type Admin
Playback Mode Screens & Menus
Playback screen has icons for battery condition, image size, picture number / total number
of pictures. Across the bottom is the folder name, image file number and time and date.
While viewing a picture fullscreen you can toggle the telephoto zoom control and
zoom-in to the image in multiple steps up to 5x. Once magnified you can scroll around
inside of the image using the 4-way selector.
Playback index mode, nine thumbnail size images are displayed per page. You can quickly
search through the stored images and display one full screen.
While in Index mode you can call up two pages of image information by pressing the
"W"ide angle button a second time. The first screen
displays the aperture, shutter speed, exposure compensation and ISO speed.
The second information screen displays the metering and flash mode and the white
Movie clip playback screen has a few different icons, first is the triangular one at
the top, which indicates if the movie is playing or stopped. The 00:00:03 shows the
running time of the movie. The progress bar shows where you are currently in the overall
movie clip. On the bottom is the playback controls layout, using the 4-way selector
you can start/stop the movie or adjust the volume.
Still image playback mode options:
Protect - Protect/unprotect images from accidental erasure
DPOF - Attach DPOF printing information to image(s)
Slide - Start slideshow, set interval time between images
Resize - Resize image to 1600x1200, 1280x960, 640x480
Rotate - Rotate portrait mode images for TV display
Divide - Divide MPEG movie clips into two movie clips
The Resize feature lets you create a smaller size image in the camera, this
is good for e-mail attachments or when you need to free up some space on
your Memory Stick.
The Divide option lets you "trim" the length or extract a short clip from one of your movies.
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