Display & menus continued
|Play mode default display, a line of basic information showing filename, date & time stamp and quality setting. You can also view your images free of any information overlay||One of the three alternative play mode views includes a histogram display and exposure information. There is also an overexposure warning (in the form of blinking gray areas on the thumbnail).|
|The S80 provides play magnification up to to 10x (as shown here). You can move around the image using the four-way controller.||Press the zoom controller towards the wide angle to switch to a 3x3 thumbnail index. Note that you can also enable JUMP mode which allows you to step through a full page of nine images at a time.|
|Turning the multi-function 'wheel' in playback mode lets you scroll very quickly through thumbnails ordered by date. It's neat - and fast.||The S80 has lots of neat new interface effects, including a new slide show function, which features very professional-looking TV-style transition effects and is unusually customizable. Nice if you like to hook your camera up to the television.|
|You can add up to 60 seconds of 'voice memo' to each saved file.||Pressing the Menu button in play mode brings up a page of the usual file delete/protect/slide show options, plus DPOF print ordering.|
|The set up menu is pretty standard Canon, offering you control over various camera-related settings - power, audio and card formatting.||Finally, as is now standard on Canon's consumer models, the 'My Camera' screen allows you to customize the camera with your own start-up screen and sound.|
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