If you're looking for a particular image and want to see a more encompassing selection, push the Index button (same as the FEL button) and the screen will show the last four images. Push the Index button again, and the selection changes to nine images. The image that came up first will be highlighted with a blue box. Use all four of the Cross Keys to maneuver through the group.
When you arrive at an image you'd like to see, use the Magnify button until your selection fills the LCD. If you'd like to see more of that image, use the Magnify button to zoom into the image. To return to the group selection, use the Index button (which now functions as a Reduce button) to reduce the magnified image until it once again becomes part of the group.
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Should you wish to see the next batch of four or nine images, use the Main Dial to move the selection forward or backward.
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