Kodak P850 Review

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Kodak EasyShare P850

Playback Mode Screens & Menus

(All screens shown can be displayed on the EVF or LCD)

Press the REVIEW button to display the last picture taken full screen. There is very little overlay information, only the picture number, the memory source (SD card) and the battery level.

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Pressing the "i" button displays the filename, date and time of capture, image quality, flash status, color mode, sharpness, contrast, aperture, shutter speed, exposure compensation, white balance, focus mode, metering mode, focal length and ISO speed.

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Pressing the "i" button again displays the histogram

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Press the zoom lens button to enlarge the review image from 2x-10x in 1x steps. You can also turn the command dial to zoom-in and zoom-out and then scroll around inside of the enlarged image using the 4-way selector.

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Pressing the 4-way controller "down" or selecting the MULTI option from the Review menu displays a page of 9 thumbnail images so you can quickly search through and select an image or movie.

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Images captured in portrait mode are auto-rotated if the "Orientation sensor" option is enabled in the menu.

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Movies can be displayed on the LCD or sent to your TV via the A-V cable. You can start, pause or stop playback and control the volume of the camera speaker.

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Press the "i" button to display the movie file information

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Review mode menu options:

    View - View ALL or only the selected images

    Album - Manage images in an album

    Protect - Protect or unprotect image(s) from deletion

    Edit - Crop or Resize image

    Redeye reduction - Remove redeye from image

    Slide Show - Begin automated playback, set interval

    Copy - Copy to/from internal memory/flash card

    Multi-Up - Display 9 images per page

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SETUP menu options:

    LCD brightness - Backlight intensity: 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5

    Image storage - Auto or Internal memory

    Set Album - Set the Album name

    Image stabilizer - Continuous, Single or Off

    Redeye reduction - Preflash only, Preflash & Auto fix, Auto fix only

    AE/AF button set - AE lock, AF lock, AE/AF lock

    Program button Capture - Picture size, File type, Colormode, Date stamp, Custom white balance, AF control, AF zone, Sharpness, Contrast, Slow flash setup, Copy to C mode, Custom exposure mode

    Program button Review - View, Album, Protect, Edit, Redeye correction, Slideshow, Copy, Video date display, Multi-up

    Orientation Sensor - On or off, selects auto rotation of shots taken with portrait orientation

    QuickView - Enable post capture auto review

    Adv. Digital zoom - Continuous, Pause, None

    Camera sounds - Theme, Shutter, Error, Selftimer

    Sound Volume - Off, Low, Medium or High

    Mode Description - Display visual reminders when changing modes

    Accessory lens - On or Off

    Date & Time - Set the internal clock

    Video Out - Video output format - NTSC or PAL

    External flash - Ext/Int, Ext only

    EVF/LCD standby - 15s, 30s, 1m, 2m

    Auto Power Off - 3, 5, 10, 15, 30 minutes

    Language - Menu language - English, French, German, Spanish, Italian or Portugese

    Reset camera - Reset all parameters to default

    Format - Format internal memory or card

    About - Display firmware revision number

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