The camera control screen gives you a quick overview of the camera setting together with a live preview from the camera. There are two switches underneath the live view. These two switches allow you to turn the visual overlay on and off. The other allows you to switch between normal white balance and DCC. Underneath the switches are three icons symbolizing the three camera settings on the camera: video, snap-record and custom.
Underneath the video icon you’ll see the resolution together with the frames per second. This icon is also a short cut to the video settings.
Underneath the snap-record icon you’ll see the resolution of images taken and which format images is taken with. Snap-record videos are recorded in the same resolution and FPS as the normal video. This icon is also a short cut to the snap-record settings.
The star-icon will contain a letter symbolizing the mode attached to the setting. V for video, S for slow motion, T for time lapse and P for photo burst. This icon is also a short cut to the custom settings.
In the bottom of the camera control screen, are three buttons: camera media, import dive log and settings. The tapping the icon, the app will take you to the respective pages.