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You've seen the level in grid display that you can use while you're shooting. There's also a grid display you can use in playback mode if you want to really double-check whether an image is level are not. If I go in here to the menu, to the third screen of the playback section, I have Playback grid. I can turn that on, and I get the same options that I get in the normal grid display. I can control the frequency of the grid, and whether I want diagonal lines. I'm going to go head and set this up to 6x4, and now when I go into playback mode, I get a grid displayed over my images.
This is going big to be displayed over every image. So this is a way that I can go in, check whether an image is level, and if it's not, I can decide whether I want to shoot it again.
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