This section lists the indicators that may be displayed during shooting.
For illustrative purposes, displays are shown with all indicators lit.
Location data download status
Number of available frames *
Image quality and size
Date and time
Sound and flash indicator
Manual focus indicator
Flash (TTL) mode
* Shows “9999” if there is space for over 9999 frames.
Pressing a locked control displays a icon.
Press the VIEW MODE button to cycle through the following display modes:
The Eye Sensor
The eye sensor may respond to objects other than your eye or to light shining directly on the sensor.
The brightness and hue of the viewfinder and LCD monitor can be adjusted using the items in the SCREEN SETTING menu. Choose EVF BRIGHTNESS or EVF COLOR to adjust viewfinder brightness or hue, LCD BRIGHTNESS or LCD COLOR to do the same for the LCD monitor.
When ON is selected for SCREEN SETTING > EVF AUTOROTATE DISPLAYS, the indicators in the viewfinder automatically rotate to match camera orientation.
The display in the LCD monitor is unaffected.
The DISP/BACK button controls the display of indicators in the viewfinder and LCD monitor.
To choose the items shown in the standard display:
Display standard indicators.
Use the DISP/BACK button to display standard indicators.
Select DISP. CUSTOM SETTING.
Select SCREEN SETTING > DISP. CUSTOM SETTING in the setup menu.
Highlight items and press MENU/OK to select or deselect.
Press DISP/BACK to save changes.
Exit the menus.
Press DISP/BACK as needed to exit the menus and return to the shooting display.
Selecting ELECTRONIC LEVEL displays a virtual horizon. The camera is level when the two lines overlap. Note that the virtual horizon may not be displayed if the camera lens is pointed up or down.
Enable FRAMING OUTLINE to make the borders of the frame easier to see against dark backgrounds.
Histograms show the distribution of tones in the image. Brightness is shown by the horizontal axis, the number of pixels by the vertical axis.
Number of pixels
Optimal exposure: Pixels are distributed in an even curve throughout the tone range.
Overexposed: Pixels are clustered on the right side of the graph.
Underexposed: Pixels are clustered on the left side of the graph.