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You can use the camera's built-in monitor screen to view
images after you record them.
Basic Playback Operation
Use the following procedure to scroll through files stored in
the camera's memory.
Press the power button
to turn on the camera.
• This causes an image or a
message to appear on the
monitor screen.
Align the mode selector
with "
" (PLAY).
• This enters the PLAY
Use [ ] (forward) or [ ] (back) to scroll
through files on the monitor screen.
Power button
Mode selector
• Holding down [ ] or [ ] scrolls images at high
• In order to allow for faster playback image scrolling,
the image that initially appears on the monitor screen
is a preview image, which is of somewhat lower
quality than the actual display image. The actual
display image appears a short while after the preview
image. This does not apply to images copied from
another digital camera.


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    PLAYBACK PLAYBACK You can use the camera’s built-in monitor screen to view Use [ ] (forward) or [ ] (back) to scroll images after you record them. through files on the monitor screen. Basic Playback Operation Use the following procedure to scroll through files stored in the camera’s memory.

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    PLAYBACK Playing an Audio Snapshot (EX-M20U Only) IMPORTANT! • Audio volume can be adjusted only when playback is Perform the steps below to display an audio snapshot being performed or is paused. (indicated by a indicator) and play its audio. •...

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    PLAYBACK In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to scroll Flipping the Display through images on the monitor screen and The following procedure flips the image 180 degrees. This display the one you want. comes in handy when you want to show someone standing in front of you an image on the monitor screen.

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    PLAYBACK To scroll the image Zooming the Display Image on the display, press Perform the following procedure to zoom the image [SET], and then press currently on the monitor screen up to four times its normal [ ], [ ], [ ], or [ ]. size.

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    PLAYBACK Use [ ] and [ ] to select the setting you Resizing an Image want, and then press [SET]. You can use the following procedure to change a snapshot image to either SXGA size (1280 x 960 pixels) or VGA size To do this: Select this: (640 x 480 pixels).

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    PLAYBACK When the cropping Cropping an Image boundary is the size Use the following procedure when you want to crop a you want, press [DISP] portion of an enlarged image and use the remaining part of to lock it. the image as an e-mail attachment, Web page image, etc. •...

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    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Displaying the Calendar Screen • Cropping an image creates a new file that contains Use the following procedure to display a 1-month calendar. the cropped image. The file with the original image While the calendar is on the display, you can select a date, also remains in memory.

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    PLAYBACK • Pressing [ ] while the date selection cursor is Playing a Slide Show located anywhere in the top line of the calendar Slide Show automatically plays back images in sequence causes the previous month to appear. at a fixed interval. •...

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    PLAYBACK Configure the slideshow settings. IMPORTANT! • Note that all buttons are disabled while an image • See the pages indicated below for more information. change is in progress. Wait until an image is stopped on the monitor screen before performing a button For information about Go here: configuring this setting:...

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    PLAYBACK I Selecting a Particular Image for a Slideshow To specify the slideshow images When you select “One image” as the slideshow type, the slide show displays only one image, without changing it. Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Images”, and then Use this setting when you want a particular image to press [ ].

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    PLAYBACK To specify the slideshow time To set the slideshow interval Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Time”. Use [ ] and [ ] to select “Interval”. Use [ ] and [ ] to specify the time setting Use [ ] and [ ] to specify the interval setting you want, and then press [SET].

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    PLAYBACK Using the Photo Stand Feature • Pressing [MENU] displays a screen for configuring slideshow settings. To restart the slideshow, press The “Photo Stand” feature lets you specify what should [MENU] while the menu screen is displayed, or appear on the camera’s monitor screen while the camera is select “Start”...

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    PLAYBACK Use [ ] and [ ] to Rotating the Display Image select “Rotate”, and Use the following procedure to rotate the image 90 degrees then press [SET]. and register the rotation information along with the image. • This rotates the image After you do this, the image is always displayed in its 90 degrees to the right.

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    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Using Image Roulette • Image Roulette does not display voice recording Image Roulette cycles images like a slot machine on the images (EX-M20U only). display, before stopping at one of them. When you start an • Image Roulette is disabled when there is only one Image Roulette operation, images scroll randomly on the snapshot image available.

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    PLAYBACK In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to scroll Adding Audio to a Snapshot (EX-M20U Only) through snapshots until the one to which you The “after-recording” feature lets you add audio to want to add audio is displayed. snapshots after they are recorded.

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    PLAYBACK To re-record audio IMPORTANT! • Keep the microphone on the front of the camera pointed at In the PLAY mode, use [ ] and [ ] to scroll the subject. through snapshots until the one whose audio • Take care that you do not you want to re-record is displayed.

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    PLAYBACK IMPORTANT! Playing Back a Voice Recording File (EX-M20U Only) • Audio volume can be adjusted only when playback is being performed or is paused. Perform the following steps to play back a voice recording • If your recording has index marks (page 67) inside it, file.

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    DELETING FILES DELETING FILES You can delete a single file, or you can delete all files Deleting a Single File currently in memory. Perform the following steps when you want to delete a single file. IMPORTANT! • Note that file deletion cannot be undone. Once you In the PLAY mode, delete a file, it is gone.

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    DELETING FILES IMPORTANT! Deleting All Files • If a file cannot be deleted for some reason, the The following procedure deletes all unprotected files message “This function is not supported for this file.” currently in memory. appears when you try to delete it. In the PLAY mode, press [ ] ( Use [ ] and [ ] to select “All Files Delete”, and then press [SET].

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