The main dial can be used to move quickly through the images stored on the card, with either 10-image or 100-image jumps selectable in the playback menu. There is no on-screen calendar display Canon EOS Camera Charger, but you can choose to use the dial to jump from date to date, as well as folder to folder, or to browse only movies or stills.
The slide show utility is basic, but adequate. You can choose to play back all files on the card, a single folder of files, those taken on a selected date, or limit your slide show to only stills or only movies. On-screen time for each image can be selected, and the slide show can repeat until you stop it or run just once. Files can be erased one by one, selected individually to be batch erased, deleted by the wonderful or the entire card can be wiped clean. Movie playback is implemented nicely. In addition to standard playback, you can move ahead in adjustable slow motion, move forward or backward through the video frame by frame, jump to the first or last frame, and adjust the volume. It’s also possible to trim the beginning or end of the video clip, handy for removing the nearly inevitable jostle when you start or stop recording.
Images can be rotated in-camera, and video clips can have their beginnings and/or endings snipped. That’s it, thanks for visiting the In-Camera Editing section. A full-featured software bundle is included for both Windows and Mac users, including powerful versions of the expected RAW file development and photo browsing applications plus a welcome utility program that allows camera Canon EOS Battery Charger control from your computer via USB connection. Support software for the Wireless File Transmitter accessory and Original Data Security Kit are also included for both platforms.