Name of components and information displayed on the screen (PowerShot ELPH 360 HS / IXUS 285 HS)

Article ID: ART164168 | Date published: 01/05/2016 | Date last updated: 01/05/2016


Name of components and information displayed on the screen (PowerShot ELPH 360 HS / IXUS 285 HS)



PowerShot ELPH 360 HS / IXUS 285 HS

Lens Wi-Fi antenna area
Microphone Flash
Mode switch (N-Mark) *
*Used with NFC features
Zoom lever
Shooting : (telephoto) / (wide angle)
Playback :
(magnify) / (index)
Shutter button Tripod socket
Lamp Memory card/battery cover
Power button Strap mount

Screen (monitor) (Wi-Fi) button
AV OUT (Audio/video output) /
DIGITAL terminal
HDMI™ terminal Movie button
(Playback) button FUNC. (Function) / SET button
(Auto Zoom) / (Story Highlights) / Up button (Flash) / Right button
(Macro) / Left button button
(Information) / Down button

Shooting (Information Display)

Battery level AF frame
White balance Hybrid Auto mode
My Colors Flash mode
Drive mode Date stamp
Eco mode AE lock
Grid lines Shutter speed
Camera shake warning Spot AE point frame
Metering method Aperture value
Still image compression, Recording pixel setting Exposure compensation level
Recordable shots*
*In [ ] mode, indicates the number of shots available.
Self-timer ISO speed
Movie quality Zoom bar
Remaining time IS mode icon
Zoom magnification, Digital tele-converter Auto Zoom
Focus range Time zone
Shooting mode, Scene icon Image stabilization

Playback (Detailed Information Display)

  • Some information may not be displayed when viewing images on a TV.
Movie playback, Linked digest movie playback, Group playback Folder number - File number
My Colors, Creative Shot effect Current image no. / Total no. of images
Histogram Shutter speed (still images), Image quality / Frame rate (movies)
Group playback, Digest movies Aperture value
Compression (image quality) / Recording pixel setting, MP4 (movies) Flash
Protection i-Contrast
Favorites Focus range
Exposure compensation level File size
ISO speed, Playback speed Still images: Recording pixel setting
Movies: Playback time
Shooting mode Shooting date/time
Metering method Image editing
Battery level White balance
Image Sync Red-eye correction



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