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Nikon D600 For Dummies by Julie Adair King

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Viewing Picture Data

In single-image picture view, you can choose from a variety of display modes, all shown in Figure 5-11. Each mode presents different shooting data along with the image or movie file.

images To change the display mode, press the Multi Selector up or down. When you do this for the first time, only two display modes, File Information and Overview Data mode are available, however. The others are hidden by default.

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Figure 5-11: You can choose from these information display modes during picture playback.

The next section shows you how to choose the display modes you want to use and also how to enable one additional display option that lets you see which focus point was used for the shot. Following that, you can find details about the data you see in each display mode, with the exception of the self-explanatory None (Image Only) mode.

Note: Information and figures in these sections relate to still photography. For help with understanding data that appears during movie playback, see the playback section of Chapter 4. Although you can view the first frame of your movie in any of the standard photo display modes, after you start playback, the movie takes over the whole screen and playback data appears as described in that part of Chapter 4.

Choosing data-display options

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