Record mode menus
Auto-Record mode doesn't feature any menus, in Manual-Record mode you have the menu structure indicated left with full control over most of the cameras functions the MX2900 will also appeal to the more shutterbug type of photographer.
Menu system detailed below.
Fluorescent (Warm White)
Fluorescent (Cool White)
|Exposure Compensation||-0.9 EV to +1.5 EV in 0.3 EV increments|
|Manual Exposure||Aperture / Shutter Priority
/ Full manual
Aperture: Program, F4, F8
Shutter: AUTO, 3 secs - 1/500 sec (1/1000 sec @ F8)
|Flash brightness||-0.6 EV to +0.6 EV in 0.3 EV
Internal / External flash
|Metering method||Multi (default), Spot, Average|
|Continuous shooting||On (3fps @ 640 x 480, 9 frames) / Off|
Play mode menus
In Play mode you have the menu structure indicated left.
Menu system detailed below.
) See sample below
|Slideshow||Execute / Starts automatic slideshow|
|Resize|| 1800 -> 1280 (1800
x 1200 -> 1280 x 1024 - horizontal cropping occurs)
1800 -> 640 (1800 x 1200 -> 640 x 480 - horizontal cropping ocurrs)
Samples: 1800 x 1600 original, 1280 x 1024 reduced, 640 x 480 reduced
|Protect||Unprotect all (remove
read-only flag for all files)
Protect all (mark all files as read-only)
Frame (mark current file as read-only)
The setup menu is identical to that found on the MX2700 apart from the addition of a Hi (TIFF) output format.
|QUALITY||Hi (TIFF), BASIC, NORMAL or FINE JPEG quality|
|FILE SIZE||1800 x1200 or 640 x 480|
|SHARPNESS||Controls the in-camera sharpening from none to level 3|
|AUTO POWER OFF||Enables the automatic power-off of the camera after a period of inactivity (power saving feature)|
|FRAME NO.||CONT - continuous
numbering scheme, even when SM card is changed the number
does not reset
RENEW - numbering is renewed with every change of SM card
|BEEP||HIGH / LOW / OFF - control camera "beeping"|
|DATE/TIME||Setup the date and time|
|RESET||EXE - reset the camera to factory defaults|
|Dirt Hose by poppyjk|
|European bee-eaters by drvanger|
from A Big Year - birds
|Fat Is Beautiful Guinea 2008 DP by MarioSS|
from - Fat is Beautiful - (Woman's Portrait n Black and White+ A Border)
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