:::Newb Question about the 5D Mark II:::

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  1. S Dot B Photography

    S Dot B Photography TPF Noob!

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    I have a newb question about the 5d mark II i just picked it up 2 days ago and i was wondering how you can make a vertical photo full screen when you view it on the lcd? Thanks


     
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    You could zoom in on it, with the zoom buttons. Of course, a vertical photo doesn't fit the ratio of the screen so you can't fit the whole image while being full screen.
     
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    S Dot B Photography TPF Noob!

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    it does it just shows it rotated on my nikon d60 it didnt show full screen and then i found it in the settings the image was roated full screen im pretty sure this 5d mark II has to have that option i just cant find it
     
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    Some cameras will automatically turn the image if you turn the camera. So if you're viewing a vertical photo, and you turn the camera 90 degrees, it will turn the image so it's upright and now full screen. Like an iPhone does.
     
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    I don't know about the 5D, but my 30D and 7D have options to automatically rotate the image 90 degrees if the image is taken as vertical crop...
     

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