Casio EXILIM EX-FC300S User Guide

Analyzing a Swing, To analyze a swing shot from behind

Analyzing a Swing, To analyze a swing shot from behind

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Your camera can be used in various ways to analyze a golf swing.

Lines displayed in a movie image shot from behind the golfer can be used to analyze 
the swing.

1.

Press [p] (PLAY), and then use [4] and [6] to display the movie of 
the back-shot swing you want to analyze.

2.

Press [SET] to start playback. When playback reaches the image of the 
golfer addressing the ball, press [SET] again to pause playback.

• While playback is in progress, you can also use [4] (fast reverse) and [6] (fast 

forward) to navigate the scene you want.

• Pressing [0] (Movie) while playback is in progress toggles the playback speed 

between slow motion and normal speed.

• To record a still image of the current monitor screen contents (Motion Print), 

pause playback and then press [0] (Movie).

3.

Press [8] (DISP) to display diagonal lines.

4.

Press [RING].

5.

Use [8], [2], [4], and [6] to align the 
reference point (the point where the red line 
and the blue line intersect) with the ball. 
Next, rotate the control dial to change the 
angle of the red line so it is aligned with the 
golfer’s hips.

• You can also change the angle of the red line by 

rotating the function ring.

6.

Press [SET].

7.

Rotate the control dial to change the angle of 
the blue line so it is aligned with the golfer’s 
shoulder, and then press [SET].

• You can also change the angle of the blue line by 

rotating the function ring.

Analyzing a Swing

To analyze a swing shot from behind

Red line

Reference

point

Blue line

Reference

point