Kodak V603 Review

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Kodak Easyshare V603 Zoom

Playback Mode Screens & Menus

Press the REVIEW button to enter the playback mode. By default there is very little information displayed, only the Blur warning icon (wavy hand), picture number and the memory source (SD card.)

The Blur warning icon indicates weather the selected image you are viewing is sharp enough to create an acceptable 4x6-inch print. Green is "sharp enough", Yellow is "may be sharp enough", Red is "not sharp enough", and White means "print sharpness is not determined".

Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom

Press the "i" button to display the exposure information screen. Here you can see the filename, directory, date and time of capture, image size and the histogram.

Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom

Using the MULTI option from the Review menu you can display index pages of thumbnails so you can quickly search through and select an image or movie.

Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom

Using the Telephoto zoom control you can select the Magnify option to enlarge the image from 2× to 8× and then scroll around it using the 4-way selector.

Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom

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 adjust the volume of the built-in speaker.

Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom

Review mode menu options:

    View By - All, Date, Album

    Album - Select image folder

    PERFECT TOUCH tech. - Enhance your images then save as new or replace original

    Crop - Crop and create smaller image

    Slide Show - Begin automated playback of all images

    Multi-Up - Display 9 images per page

    Copy - Copy to/from internal memory/flash card

    Protect - Protect or unprotect image(s) from deletion

    Image Storage - Select card or internal memory

    Setup Menu - Enter SETUP menu

Kodak EasyShare V603 Zoom

The SETUP menu options:

    Return - Takes you back to the previous menu

    Camera Sounds - Select sound theme and sound effects

    Sound Volume - Off, Low, Medium or High

    LCD Brightness - Power save or High Power

    LCD Dimmer - Off, 10, 20 or 30 seconds

    Auto Power Off - 1, 3, 5, or 10 minutes

    Date & Time - Set the internal clock

    Video Out - Video output format - NTSC or PAL

    Photo Frame - Set slideshow parameters

    Orientation Sensor - On or Off, selects auto rotation of shots taken in portrait orientation

    Red Eye Preflash - Red eye preflash mode; On or Off

    Date Stamp - Off, YYYY MM DD, MM DD YYYY, DD MM YYYY (overlay date stamp in lower right hand corner of picture)

    Video Date Display - Choose date format or Off

    Blur Warning - On or Off

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

    Format - Format internal memory or SD card

    About - Display model name, number, and firmware version

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