Name of components and information displayed on the screen (PowerShot SX520 HS)

Article ID: ART116553 | Date published: 05/12/2015 | Date last updated: 08/15/2015


Name of components and information displayed on the screen (PowerShot SX520 HS)



PowerShot SX520 HS

Zoom lever
Shooting: (telephoto) / (wide angle)
(magnify) / (index)
Shutter button Lens hood / filter adapter mount
Front dial (Framing Assist Seek)button
Strap mount (Framing Assist Lock)button
Flash Tripod socket
Lamp DC coupler terminal cover
Speaker Memory card / battery cover

Screen (LCD monitor) Indicator
Microphone (Drive mode) button
Power button button
Mode dial (ISO speed) / Up button
Movie button (Manual focus) / (Macro) / Left button
(Exposure compensation) / (Single-image erase) button FUNC./SET button
AV OUT (Audio / video output) / DIGITAL terminal (Flash) / Right button
HDMIterminal (Display) / Down button
(Playback) button

Shooting (Information Display)

Battery level Flash exposure compensation / Flash output level
White balance Date stamp
My Colors Eye-Fi connection status
Drive mode AE lock, FE lock
Eco mode Shutter speed
Grid lines Spot AE point frame
Camera shake warning Aperture value
Metering method Exposure compensation level
Still image compression, Resolution i-Contrast
Recordable shots * ISO speed
Self-timer Zoom bar
Movie quality IS mode icon
Remaining time Blink detection
Digital zoom magnification,Digital tele-converter Auto
Focusing range, AF lock Exposure level
Shooting mode, Scene icon MF indicator
AF frame Time zone
Hybrid Auto mode Image stabilization
Flash mode Exposure shift bar
Red-eye correction Exposure compensation bar
* In [ ] mode, indicates the number of shots available.

Playback (Detailed Information Display)

  • Some information may not be displayed when viewing images on a TV
Movies Folder number - File number
My Colors Current image no. / Total no. of images
Histogram Shutter speed (still images), Image quality / Frame rate (movies)
Group playback Aperture value
Compression (image quality) / Resolution, MOV (movies) Flash, Flash exposure compensation
Protection i-Contrast
Favorites Focusing range
Exposure compensation level, Exposure shift level File size
ISO speed, Playback speed Still images: Resolution
Movies: Playback time
Shooting mode Shooting date/time
Metering method Image editing
Battery level White balance
Transferred via Eye-Fi Red-eye correction



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