Playback Screens & Menus

Please excuse the odd aspect ratio of these screen captures. The PowerShot ELPH 360 HS LCD screen has a 4:3 aspect ratio, but the AV output for screen shots occurs at a 16:9 aspect ratio. And for screen shots where the AV output did not work, we had to photograph the display screen, so please excuse the poor quality of those screen shots.

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Press the Playback button on the back of the ELPH 360 to open Playback mode, where you can review photos and videos stored on the memory card.

When a still image is displayed on the LCD, press the Info button on the back of the camera to change the data shown on the screen. Three screen display options are available:

  • No data
  • Limited data, including date and time the image was shot, image resolution, and file name
  • Detailed data, including a histogram, shooting mode, shutter speed, ISO, and aperture
With a single image on the screen, press the Func/Set button to open a popup menu with a series of editing functions you can perform, including:

  • Rotate
  • Protect
  • Favorites
  • Erase
  • Smart Shuffle - Camera selects four similar images to current image
  • Image Search - Cancel, People, Shot Date, Favorites, Still Image/Movie
  • Slideshow - Off, Fade, Bubble, Cross, Letterbox, Scroll, Slide

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Canon gave the PowerShot ELPH 360 the ability to display thumbnail images of your stored photos and videos. With a single image displayed on the screen, press the zoom ring to the left to increase the number of thumbnails on the screen.

Because the A/V output of the ELPH 360 defaults to a 16:9 aspect ratio, the thumbnail grids shown here do not match the 4:3 aspect ratio of the camera's actual LCD screen. The actual grids options on the LCD screen are 3x2, 4x3, 6x6, and 10x10. When one of the thumbnails is highlighted, press the Func/Set button to bring the image to the full screen.

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To magnify an image stored on the camera's memory card, press the zoom ring to the right. Ten levels of magnification are available. The white outlined box in the lower right corner represents the full size of the image, and the small white rectangle inside the box is equal to the current view on the screen.

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With a video clip displayed on the screen, you can see the same type of data about the file that you could for still images, just by pressing the Info button.

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To replay a movie that's displayed on the LCD, press the Func/Set button twice. Once the movie is playing, you can pause it by pressing Func/Set again. With the video paused, a series of icons will appear along the bottom of the screen, allowing you to control the movie. The icons are:

  • Exit
  • Play
  • Slow Motion
  • Skip Backward
  • Previous Frame
  • Next Frame
  • Skip Forward
  • Edit

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The PowerShot ELPH 360 HS includes an Album feature as part of the Playback mode. With an image or video displayed on the screen, press the up button on the four-way button to open the Album feature, where the options are:

  • List of Albums
  • Event
  • Date
  • Custom


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Canon gave the ELPH 360 both Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. To make a connection with another NFC device, touch the NFC mark (which is on the left side of the camera) to the mark on the other NFC-enabled device.

For Wi-Fi connectivity, press the Wi-Fi button on the back of the camera. You then can make a connection with another device through your Wi-Fi network.

To see the Playback menu, press the Menu button on the back of the camera. The tabs along the top of the menu screen link to their associated menu options. The playback icon unveils the Playback menu, the printer icon unveils the Printer menu, and the tools icon unveils the Setup menu (which we discussed on the previous page). The menu options under the Playback tab are:

  • Album Playback
  • List/Play Digest Movies
  • Slideshow - Repeat (On, Off), Play Time (3-30 seconds), Effect (Off, Fade, Bubble, Cross, Letterbox, Scroll, Slide)
  • Erase - Select, Select Range, Select All Images
  • Protect - Select, Select Range, Protect All Images, Unprotect All Images
  • Rotate
  • Favorites
  • Photobook Set-Up - Select, Select All Images, Clear All Selections
  • i-Contrast
  • Red-Eye Correction
  • Cropping
  • Resize - M2, S
  • My Colors - Vivid, Neutral, Sepia, B/W, Positive Film, Lighter Skin Tone, Darker Skin Tone, Vivid Blue, Vivid Green, Vivid Red
  • Transition - Fade, Scroll, Slide, Off
  • Scroll Display - On, Off
  • Group Images - On, Off
  • Auto Rotate - On, Off
  • Resume - Last Seen, Last Shot

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The Print menu options are:

  • Print
  • Select Images & Qty
  • Select Range
  • Select All Images
  • Clear All Selections
  • Print Settings - Print Type (Standard, Index, Both), Date (On, Off), File No. (On, Off), Clear DPOF Data (On, Off)

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