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David Busch’s Canon® EOS M Guide to Digital Photography by Lee Sheldon

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Reviewing the Images You’ve Taken

The Canon EOS M has a broad range of playback and image review options, including the ability to jump ahead 10 or 100 images at a time. I’ll cover them in more detail in Chapter 8. For now, you’ll want to learn just the basics. Here is all you really need to know at this time, as shown in the figures that follow.

Image Display image. Press the Playback button (marked with a blue right-pointing triangle to the right of the MENU button) to display the most recent image on the LCD in full-screen single image mode. (See Figure 2.9.) If you last viewed your images using the thumbnail mode (described later in this list), ...

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