Enlarge Screen

You can enlarge the menu screen display. (Some menu screens do not support the enlarging function.)

  1. MENU (Setup) → [Accessibility][Enlarge Screen] → Select an item to set, and then select the desired setting.

Menu item details

Enlarge Menu Scrn:
Sets whether or not to use the function to enlarge the screen display. ([Off]/[On (Custom Btn 1)])
When you select [On (Custom Btn 1)], the screen display is enlarged by pressing the C1 button (Custom button 1).
Sets the magnification to use for the function to enlarge the screen display. ([x1.5]/[x2.0]/[x2.5])

To magnify the menu screen display

On the menu screen, press the button specified in [Enlarge Menu Scrn] to magnify the screen display.

  • You can move the displayed position using the front dial, rear dial L, or rear dial R or by turning the control wheel.
  • Each time you press the button, the magnification scale changes.
  • To cancel the magnified display, press the button repeatedly until the screen display is back to normal.


  • You can move between items using the top/bottom/left/right side of the control wheel even when the screen display is magnified. You can also confirm items using the center button.
  • You can move the displayed position using touch operations while the screen display is magnified when [Touch Operation] is set to [On] and [Menu Screen] under [Touch Panel Settings] is set to [On].
  • You can also assign [Enlarge Menu Scrn] to some buttons using [Custom Key/Dial Set.]/[Custom Key/Dial Set.].
  • A message confirming whether to set [Select Finder/Monitor] to [Monitor(Manual)] appears when [Enlarge Menu Scrn] is set to anything other than [Off]. It is recommended that you set [Select Finder/Monitor] to [Monitor(Manual)] while using the [Enlarge Screen] function to prevent the eye sensor from activating and switching to the viewfinder display when you bring your face close to the monitor.
    To restore the setting for [Select Finder/Monitor], select [Select Finder/Monitor] and change the setting.