The 1 Button allows us to automatically start recording when we turn on the camera. The 1 Button mode can be configured to start in either Video or Time Lapse modes, so if we want to instantly start filming when we turn the camera on we can select this function.
These are options related to video recorded then played on TV or HDTV. Different regions have different settings. In Europe we have PAL, in North America they have NTSC. Select the right one for the equipment you're using.
This allows us to hide the On Screen Display when making videos. If we want to save battery, we can turn it off. We can also turn it off when viewing the screen during playback on the television or computer.
We can choose to keep all 4 lights on, which is the default option
We can change that to 2 of the lights or turn all of the lights off. This would be useful if we want to take photos of animals at night and we don't want to scare them, or we want to conserve battery power.
You can set 60 seconds, 120 seconds, or 300 seconds
When the camera is inactive, after this time, it will automatically turn off. The default setting is Manual, that means you can turn it off when you're ready. But, if you're worried about battery life, you can change it.
The last option in this Settings menu is to choose the Month, Day, Year and Time
This is very important because when you import your photos into your computer or into a specific program, the settings on the program will group your photos by date and time, allowing you to have a clear idea of when your photos were taken and allow you to access them easily. It's very important that you have this setting adjusted correctly.
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