4e. brightness control, Enhanced functions, 5a. overview function – Eschenbach Optik Eclipse Scholar User Manual

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If you allow a 2 to 3 second interval between presses of the mode
button, Eclipse will switch from your current reading mode to picture
mode and back to your last used reading mode. This sounds
complicated, but in normal use, you will generally switch from your
chosen reading mode to picture mode to view an image, then you will
switch back to reading mode to continue reading.

4E. Brightness Control

You can press either side of the brightness control at any time to adjust
the image. You may find that details in some photographs will appear
clearer at different brightness settings. In reading mode, lowering the
brightness control will bring in the grain of the paper if desired.

5. Enhanced Functions

This section will describe how to use the additional features of the
Eclipse to customize the unit for particular requirements.

5A. Overview Function

The Overview function provides a method of locating your position
on the page. Pressing the assigned function button will cause

Eclipse to zoom out beyond its normal minimum zoom level to provide
an overview of the area of the page you are currently viewing. A target

will appear in the centre of the screen indicating where you

were looking on the page. Pressing any key will exit the overview mode
and restore the previous magnification level.

If you wish, you can use the target to centre a point on the page that you
want to see magnified. Upon pressing a key to exit the overview mode,
the Eclipse will zoom in on the targeted point. This could be used, for
instance, to locate the line on a form where you need to sign.

5B. Camera select

When shipped from the factory, by default this button toggles
between the external and the internal camera.

If you wish to use either the line markers or blanking described in
section 5C below, then you will need to program the camera select to