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The fully automatic exposure control and limited exposure options keep user exposure decisions to a minimum, although you can adjust a few variables such as flash mode and exposure compensation. The LCD menu system is short and simple to navigate, with the familiar Kodak design standard, and the Mode dial lets you change camera modes quickly.

Given the simple interface and limited controls, you should be able to snap images right away, without much more than a glance at the manual. A battery icon also appears, reporting the approximate level of charge left. A half-press of the Shutter button highlights the AF area selection in red. Through the settings menu, a more detailed information display is available, reporting date and time of capture and the image quality setting.

Sorry, I missed grabbing the zoomed-playback view for the screen shots above. In Playback mode, pressing this button returns the camera to the selected Record mode. Off: Turns the camera off, and signals the lens to retract. Automatic Record: Best for average shooting conditions, this mode places the camera under automatic exposure control, with limited user options available through the Record menu. Sports Mode: Optimizes the camera for moving subjects, freezing action. Night Mode: Employs longer shutter speeds to allow more ambient light into the image.

Combines the flash with the longer exposures for brighter night shots, although you can disable the flash if desired. Landscape Mode: Fixes focus at infinity, for capturing distant scenery.

Macro Mode: Changes the focus range for close-up subjects. Zoom Toggle Button: In the top right corner of the back panel, this button controls the optical and digital zoom in any record mode. Share Button: Above the top right corner of the LCD monitor, this button lets you tag images for printing, emailing, or as a favorite image.

A heart icon appears on "favorite" images. Print All: Marks all images on the card or in the internal memory for printing. Print: Marks the current image for printing, letting you set the number of copies. E-Mail: Tags the current image for email transmission.

Once tagged, and the image is downloaded to a computer, the Kodak EasyShare software pulls up an email screen for sending the image.

Favorite: Designates the current image as "favorite," indicated by the heart icon in the LCD display. You can delete individual images or all images on the card. In any settings menu, the arrow keys navigate through options.

Pressing the center of the button acts as the "OK" signal to confirm selections. In Record mode, the center button also controls the LCD display, turning it on or off. In Playback mode, the right and left arrows scroll through captured images and movies, while the center button acts as a shortcut to the 2x and 4x image enlargement screens. Review Button: The final control on the back panel, this button is located in the lower right corner. Pressing this button in any Record mode activates Playback mode.

Once in Playback mode, pressing the Shutter button returns to the Record display. In this mode, you can record x pixel resolution movies with sound, at 15 frames per second. Auto Mode: Marked with a camera icon and the word "Auto," this mode is best for most average shooting conditions. Exposure is automatically controlled, but a small selection of user options is available through the Record menu.

Sports Mode: A small, black icon of a person in motion marks this mode on the Mode dial, which uses faster shutter speeds to capture fast-moving subjects.

Night Mode: This mode is indicated by a person with a star on the Mode dial, and uses longer exposure times to capture bright images in low light. Landscape Mode: A mountain icon indicates this mode on the Mode dial. Here, the camera fixes focus at infinity for distant subjects and scenery. Macro Mode: The traditional flower macro symbol marks this mode on the Mode dial. The focus range changes for close-up subjects in this mode, and limited exposure options are available.

Playback Mode: Accessed by pressing the Review button, this mode lets you review captured images and movies, as well as manage files. Record Menu: The following menu items appear whenever the Menu button is pressed in any Record mode.

However, not all menu options are available in all modes. Self-Timer: Turns the second self-timer on or off. Long Time Exposure: Accesses longer exposure times, for darker shooting conditions. Manually-set shutter speeds range from 0. Picture Quality: Sets the image resolution to Best 2, x 1, pixels , Best 2, x 1, pixels , Better 2, x 1, pixels , or Good 1, x pixels. Date Stamp: Turns the date stamp function on or off, which records the date over the image.

You can choose from a selection of date formats as well. Setup Menu: Accesses the following main camera settings: Return: Returns to the previous menu display.

Default Print Quantity: Sets the default number of prints specified when "tagging" images. Quickview: Turns Quickview on or off. Quickview automatically displays the most recently captured image, with options to delete or Share. If off, the LCD remains active at all times. Shutter Sound: Enables the shutter noise or turns it off. Format: Formats the SD memory card or internal memory.

Playback Menu: Magnify: Enlarges the displayed image, so that you can check on fine detail and framing. Protect: Write-protects the displayed image, preventing it from being accidentally erased or manipulated except via memory or card formatting. Also removes protection. Image Storage: Selects between the internal memory or the SD card for image storage.

Slide Show: Enables a slide show of captured images, with user-adjustable intervals between images. Copy: Copies files from the internal memory to the SD card, or the reverse. Video Date Display: Turns on the date display over movie files, with a choice of formats. Picture Info: Displays the filename, directory, date, time, and quality information for the current image.

Setup Menu: Displays the same settings as under the Record menu. CRV3 lithium battery pack.


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