Sanyo Xacti E6 (pt.2)

Part 2 of 3 from the Sanyo Xacti E6 series.

Large Format 3″ LCD Screen – Simplicity Makes for Great Shots

The Sanyo Xacti E6’s powerful large format LCD screen uses a low-temperature Poly-silicon Liquid Crystal Display, which is renowned for its superlative colour reproduction. Taking up almost the entire rear of the Sanyo Xacti E6 digital camera, the screen ensures accurate photography even if the Sanyo Xacti E6 is held away from the user – extra detailed pictures can also be taken in Super Macro mode, shooting from just 1cm from the subject, meaning close ups and group shots are equally as successful.

The Sanyo Xacti E6’s LCD monitor can also be used in a number of different ways in order to get the utmost from its large size.

Guidance display

Using a 2-inch area of the monitor for displaying the photographic subject leaves space to display a handy guide providing information about shooting conditions, making it easy for anyone to take good photos.

Best shot mode

The Sanyo Xacti E6 can determine the optimum shooting conditions (scene mode), and take 4 consecutive shots while slightly adjusting the exposures. All 4 shots are displayed on the screen. You can store all the images or just choose the best one to save and the rest are deleted. Because the camera adjusts all the settings automatically, it makes worrying about which mode is best a thing of the past and makes it easy for anyone to get beautiful photos.

Zoom jump view

Snap a picture with the Sanyo Xacti E6, and it takes just two quick button presses to zoom in and check the focus accuracy. The magnification ratio is automatically set according to the resolution of each photographed image for smooth checking of the image.

Visual Scheduler

Enter photos pertinent to your appointments in the handy scheduler for an image-based calendar. This makes it easy to find the particular image you want.

36-image index display

Just like an index print of developed negatives, the 36-image display is invaluable for checking your images all on one screen, or for choosing which one to view full-screen whilst the 9-image thumbnail display is also still conveniently available.

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