Playback Screens & Menus
Press the Playback button on the back panel of the Fujifilm X100F to see the photos stored on the camera's memory card. You can change the data displayed on the screen for each photo by pressing the Disp/Back button on the back of the camera. The Playback display options are:
- No data
- Limited data, including shutter speed, aperture, EV, ISO, dynamic range, image size, and image quality
- Extensive data, with file name, a histogram, date and time, pixel size, shutter speed aperture, ISO, EV, shooting mode, image quality, dynamic range, white balance, film simulation, highlight tone, shadow tone, color, sharpness, noise reduction, grainy setting, flash, flash EV, and AE (a second page of extensive data is available by pressing the upward four-way button)
- Favorite star ranking, with no other data
If you have a movie stored on the memory card, you can see data about how it was shot by pressing the Disp/Back button on the back of the X100F, just as you did with still images.
To playback a movie that's stored on the memory card, press the downward four-way button to start playing it. You'll see a graph across the top of the screen that shows how much of the movie file has been played. Press the upward four-way button to stop the movie playback and press the downward four-way button to pause the playback.
While in Playback mode, press the Menu/OK button to open the Playback menu for the Fujifilm X100F. The Playback menu is indicated by the Play icon on the left side of the screen. Below the Play icon is a wrench icon, signifying the Setup menu (which we discussed on the previous page).
To scroll through the options in the Playback menu, use the four-way buttons. With the desired menu listing highlighted, press the right four-way button to see what options are available. Some settings in the Playback menu listing may be grayed out, depending on which type of image is on the screen when you open the Playback menu.
Two pages of Playback menu options are available. The Playback menu options are:
- RAW Conversion - Reflect Shooting Cond., Push/Pull Processing, Dynamic Range, Film Simulation, Grain Effect, White Balance, WB Shift, Highlight Tone, Shadow Tone, Color, Sharpness, Noise Reduction, Color Space
- Erase - Back, Frame, Selected Frames, All Frames
- Resize - M, S, 640
- Protect - Frame, Set All, Reset All
- Image Rotate
- Red Eye Removal
- Wireless Communication
- Slide Show
- Photobook Assist
- PC Auto Save
- Print Order (DPOF) - With Date, Without Date, Reset All
- Instax Printer Print
- Disp Aspect
To make a wireless connection with the X100F, select Wireless Communication from the Playback menu. You then can make a connection with your smartphone, as long as you have the Fujifilm Camera Remote app on your mobile device.
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