Question about Olympus SP800UZ Digital Camera
I suppose that you mean that the image you see is in 4:3 ratio. That is quite normal, because the default settings are 4:3. However, if you want widescreen (16:9 full LCD) images, just change the Image Size setting in the menu to 16:9 L (4288x2416 pixels) or 16:9 S (1920x1080 pixels). See the user manual page 30.
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The scrolling wheel around the four-way controller is ideal for moving through images at different rates. Turn it aggressively and the display switches to several shots on the screen at once, which works surprisingly well in moving through a full memory card.
Pushing the zoom lever right magnifies the image in stages, up to 10x. Moving in the other direction offers two levels of thumbnail views followed by an 'event index' that organizes photos based on time and date taken.
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