Canon sx260hs User Manual (en)

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Washed-out highlights in the image flash on the screen in detailed information 
display (p. 148).
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The graph in detailed information display 
(p. 228) is a histogram showing the 
distribution of brightness in the image. The 
horizontal axis represents the degree of 
brightness, and the vertical axis, how much of 
the image is at each level of brightness. 
Viewing the histogram is a way to check 
exposure.
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To view still image and movie location 
information (latitude, longitude, and elevation 
recorded when [GPS] was set to [On] (p. 47)
and the shooting date and time, press the 
button in detailed information display.
Latitude, longitude, elevation, and UTC are 
listed from top to bottom.
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Press the 
o button again to return to detailed 
information display.
Switching display modes by pressing the 
l button is also possible 
immediately after you shoot, while your shot is displayed. However, simple 
information display is not available. To change the initial display mode, press 
the 
n button and choose [Review Info] on the 4 tab (p. 88).
If you do not want names to display on images shot using Face ID, press the 
n button, choose [Face ID Info] on the 1 tab, and then set [Name Display] 
to [Off].
Overexposure Warning (for Image Highlights)
Histogram
Bright
Dark
High
Low
GPS Information Display 
SX260 HS
[---] shown instead of numerical values indicates that the information 
was not received from GPS satellites, or that accurate positioning 
was not possible.
UTC: Coordinated Universal Time, essentially the same as Greenwich Mean 
Time
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