Camera INFO display

Camera information, pressing the INFO button with no reviewed image displays a quick view of current camera configuration. In this example:

Current Date / Time, No AEB, No WB-BKT, Standard Parameters, 4 sec Info Review, No flash compensation, 4 min power off, Auto rotate on, Kelvin WB set to 5200 K, 31.9 MB free on CF card, ISO 1600.

Review after shutter release

If enabled the EOS-10D will provide a review of the image shot immediately after the shutter release. This can be either a full screen image or an information view with a thumbnail of the image, a histogram and exposure information. As the EOS-10D is a 'shooting priority' camera a half-press of the shutter release will always cancel this display.

If you have the Review option set to On this is the kind of display you'll get after taking a shot, a simple full screen image with no overlaid information. With review set to On (Info) you'll get more detailed information. A smaller version of the image with overexposed areas highlighted (blinking), a histogram and exposure information.
During this instant review you can choose to delete the image before it's "saved" by pressing the erase button directly below the LCD monitor.  

Play mode

The play button is used to enter the EOS-10D's play mode, from here you can browse through your images (roll the quick control dial), examine under magnification or organize (delete) your images. As with record review a half or full press of the shutter release immediately cancels play mode.

Press the play button to display the last image taken (or the last image on the CF card). The EOS-10D uses a 'rough image' technique to provide you with a very quick impression of the image, it then takes just under two seconds to replace this with a finer detailed image. Press the info button to switch to the detailed histogram and exposure information view. Note that overexposed areas of the image are highlighted (blinking).
Press the enlarge (AF point select) button to magnify the image, the first level of magnification is 1.5x, there are ten further magnification levels up to 10x. Here we can see a 10x magnified image, use the quick control dial to pan around the image, press the direction switch button to change between vertical and horizontal panning.
Press reduce / thumbnail (AE lock) button to switch to a thumbnail index view. Browse through images using the quick control dial. Press the JUMP button to switch to jump mode where you flip through pages of nine images at a time. I think this could have been implemented more logically by another press of the reduce button.
Note you can also use JUMP mode with just a single image displayed.