Playing Back Pictures

Playback (basic)

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Playback (basic)

Playing Back Pictures

Preparation
• Set the mode dial to [

]. (P29)

1

Select the picture.

• Press 

2 to play back the previous 

picture.

• Press 

1 to play back the next 

picture.

• The picture following the last one is 

the first picture.

ª Fast forwarding/Fast rewinding

When you keep pressing 

2/1 during 

playback, the file number and the page 
number are updated. If you release 

2/

1 when the number of the desired 
picture appears, you can play back the 
picture.
1: Fast forward
2: Fast rewind

• The number of files forwarded/

rewound at a time depends on how 
long you hold down 

2/1.

• The longer you hold down 

2/1, the 

more pictures you can forward/rewind 
at a time.

• The setting of the number of files 

forwarded/rewound at a time varies 
depending on the total number of the 
recorded pictures.

• When releasing 

2/1, the number of 

file forwarded begins from 1.

• While forwarding or rewinding a large 

number of pictures by holding down 
2/1, once release 2/1 before 
reaching the picture to be played back, 
then press 

2/1 to forward/rewind 

pictures until the desired picture 
appears.

• In review playback in the recording 

mode or multi playback, the pictures 
can only be forwarded or rewound one 
by one.

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Suggestions/Tips 

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• This camera is based on the DCF 

standards (Design rule for Camera 
File system) which were established 
by the Japan Electronics and 
Information Technology Industries 
Association (JEITA).

• When changing the folder name or file 

name on PC, the pictures may not be 
played back.

• The file format that can be played back 

with this camera is JPEG. (There are 
also pictures that cannot be played 
back in JPEG format.)

• When playing back pictures that have 

been recorded with other equipment, 
the picture quality may be deteriorated 
and pictures may not be played back.

• When playing back a file out of 

standard, the folder/file number is 
indicated by [—] and the screen may 
turn black.

• The interference fringe may appear on 

the screen depending on the subject. 
This is called moire. This is not a 
malfunction.

SET

REVIEW

WB

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10:00  JAN. 1.2004

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