And just like that, we're done with the shooting menus, and we're moving on to the playback menu. So first off, if you want to either see a slideshow in camera or if you want took your camera to a TV, you could hook it up into a slide show mode, and it will give you some extremely corny background music. Go check that out if you want to hear what corny really sounds like. But then you can also do your slide intervals. And basically it's setting up your slideshow so that people can see your images for as long as you want, and so forth, and so mostly for hooking up to a TV or on the back of the camera. If you need to rotate an image because you shot it vertically, you can do so here. But this is something that I would normally leave turned office to, whether you want the camera to rotate images for you. And so if you leave, it turned off. It will be the maximum size, but you will have to turn the camera in order to see the image. And that's usually pretty easy because you probably just s...
hot it vertically. Now the camera should rotate all of your vertical images for you when you download them to your computer. And so you don't need to worry about rotating all the verticals again, so I would recommend leaving. This turned off that way. You can see your images with largest size possible on the back of the camera. If you remember when we did the playback option on the camera, when we hit the okay button, we entered the edit options. And this is where we added the audio annotation to the image. And so if you shoot JPEG images, there is a certain set of features and things that you can do with those and then with raw, you could do a certain number of things with those as well. And so, for instance, if you shoot a raw image, you can do it art bracket. So if you thought now I like that rye image I just shot, but I would like to create an art BRAC on art filter one of it. You could go in and create art photos off that raw image, and so you can see various different features here. This is essentially photo shop built into your camera. Uh huh. You can hook your camera upto a printer if you want, and you can go in and specify which images are printed and how big and how many you want. If you didn't want to use a computer, reset, protect. So on your camera on your pictures, you can lock them by hitting that lock button, which is the function one button when you're in the playback mode and it will prevent you from deleting your images. And if you would like to reset the protection on all of your images, you're basically taking the lock off all of your images. You can do so by going in here and saying yes. Um, okay, now things are gonna get interesting because we're gonna be able to connect our camera up to a smartphone. So we're gonna do a little live WiFi demo here. I'm going to see if I can use my phone as a remote viewing system for the camera. So there's a number of things we need to do and let's let's look at the keynote first. I'll go through the steps and then I'll do the demo