Playback Screens & Menus

Please excuse the poor quality of these screen captures. The Fujifilm X100T kit does not include an AV output cable, therefore we had to photograph the display screen.

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When viewing the photos stored on the Fujifilm X100T, you'll press the Playback button on the far left of the back panel of the camera. To change the data displayed on the screen with each stored photo, press the Disp/Back button on the screen. The display options are:

  • No data
  • Limited data, including shutter speed, aperture, EV, ISO, dynamic range, image size, image quality, and battery power
  • 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, flash, EV, and AE

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With a single image displayed on the screen, spin the command dial on the back of the camera to the left. You'll see a 3x3 grid of thumbnail images followed by a 10x10 thumbnail grid. Use the four-way button to highlight the image you want to access and press Menu/OK to bring the image to the full screen.

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You can magnify a single image on the screen by spinning the command dial to the right. As the image is magnified on the screen, use the four-way button to change the portion of the scene you can see.

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With a movie displayed on the Playback screen, press the downward four-way button to begin replaying the movie. A bar across the top of the screen will indicate the amount of time elapsed in the recording.

Access the Fujifilm X100T's built-in wireless connectivity by pressing the wireless button in the lower left corner of the screen. You'll need to have the Fujifilm app installed on your tablet or smartphone before you can share photos from the X100T with the mobile device. You cannot connect the X100T directly to a Wi-Fi network.

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When in Playback mode, you can access the Playback menu by pressing the Menu/OK button on the back of the camera. On the Playback menu screen you'll see the Playback command options using the green play icon tabs in the upper left corner of the screen. (The blue wrench icon tabs represent the Setup menu, which was discussed on the previous page of this review.)

Use the four-way buttons to scroll among the tabs and the menu commands that appear in the middle of the screen. Some Playback menu options may be grayed out, depending on the type of image or movie you have displayed on the screen when you press the Menu/OK button. The Playback menu options are:

  • RAW Conversion - Reflect Shooting Cond., Push/Pull Processing, Dynamic Range, Film Simulation, White Balance, WB Shift, Color, Sharpness, Highlight Tone, Shadow Tone, Noise Reduction, Color Space
  • Erase - Back, Frame, Selected Frames, All Frames
  • Crop
  • Resize - M, S, 640
  • Protect - Frame, Set All, Reset All
  • Image Rotate
  • Red Eye Removal
  • Slide Show - Normal, Fade-In, Multiple
  • Photobook Assist
  • Mark for Upload to - YouTube, Facebok, MyFinePix.com, Reset All
  • Image Search - By Date, By Face, By Favorites, By Type of Data, By Upload Mark
  • Copy - Internal Memory to SD Card, SD Card to Internal Memory
  • Print Order (DPOF) - With Date, Without Date, Reset All
  • Instax Printer Print
  • Disp Aspect - 16:9, 3:2
  • Wireless Communication
  • PC Auto Save

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