Record mode display
Here, an example of information overlay in Program Auto Exposure mode. Camera settings are shown down the left hand side of the display.
In this case: Flash Cancel, Single Shot, Incandescent White Balance, -0.3 EV compensation, Image Stabilisation enabled.
|In this example we're already half-pressed the shutter release and are ready to shoot. Notice the green focus lock indicator, exposure displayed along with a camera shake warning (tripod / brace recommended)||After shooting a preview is displayed briefly (this can be disabled or set to 2 or 10 seconds) if you press SET then * you can choose to delete the image before it is written out to the CF card.|
|Example of Shutter Priority mode (before half-pressing the shutter release).||Example of Aperture Priority mode (before half-pressing the shutter release).|
Here's an example of Manual Focus, the bar graph on the right side represents the current focus position, there are in fact 30 focus points from close-up through to Infinity.
|Switching to play mode immediately displays the last image taken. Depending on the previously chosen display mode you'll either see this (clean image, no info overlaid)||Basic information overlaid, folder / filename, frame number, image quality / size, date / time.|
|Detailed information overlaid, folder / filename, exposure mode, shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, white balance, focus mode, frame number, image quality / size, date / time.|
|In Jump mode you can jump through 10 images at a time without switching to thumbnail view mode.||Thumbnail view, 3 x 3 images displayed, you can use the 4-way controller to move the selector rectangle between images.|
|Zoom, first level (2.5x). In this view I've left the information overlay shown. Use the 4-way controller to smoothly scroll around the image.||Zoom, second level (5.0x). Use the 4-way controller to smoothly scroll around the image.|