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The new functions provided by this firmware update and their respective
operations are described here.
Please refer to the “Instruction Manual.”
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Functions provided The following functions are provided to your camera by this firmware update. The function provided to the mode dial Mode dial New items provided Functions Picture Effect Selects a filter to obtain the various textures. The functions provided to the menu Menu New items provided Functions 3 D-RANGE button Allows you to assign the desired function to the D-RANGE button. 2 Sets display in finder Sets the indication of the shutter speed, aperture value, EV scale, and SteadySh
Picture Effect You can shoot with an effect filter to obtain the various textures. 1 Set the mode dial to (SCN/Picture Effect). 2 Press the center of the control button. 3 Select the desired mode with v/V, then press the center of the control button. � To change the effect, press the Fn button, then select another effect. � The items used for Picture Effect are indicated after the items used for Scene Selection. Posterization Creates a high contrast, abstract look by (Color) heavily emphasiz
Partial Color Creates an image which retains the color blue, (Blue) but converts others to black and white. Partial Color Creates an image which retains the color (Yellow) yellow, but converts others to black and white. High-key Creates an image with the indicated atmosphere: bright, transparent, ethereal, tender, soft. High Contrast Creates an image with high contrast in black Monochrome and white. Toy Camera Creates the look of a Toy Camera photo with shaded corners and pronounced
D-RANGE button You can assign one of the following functions to the D-RANGE button. 1 MENU button t 3 t [D-RANGE button] t Select the desired setting Drive Mode Assigns “Drive Mode” to the D-RANGE button. Flash Mode Assigns “Flash Mode” to the D-RANGE button. Autofocus Mode Assigns “Autofocus Mode” to the D-RANGE button. AF area Assigns “AF area” to the D-RANGE button. Face Detection Assigns “Face Detection” to the D-RANGE button. Smile Shutter Assigns “Smile Shutter” to the D-RANGE button. IS
Sets display in finder When you turn off the recording information, you can also turn off the indication of the shutter speed, aperture value, EV scale, and SteadyShot scale. � For details on how to switch the recording information display, refer to “ Screen indicators” in the “Instruction Manual.” 1 MENU button t 2 t [Sets display in finder] t Select the desired setting Always The shutter speed, aperture value, EV scale, and SteadyShot scale will be always displaeyd. When operating The shu
Menu start This item allows you to select whether to always display the first screen of the menu or to display the screen of the item you select the last time. 1 [Menu] t 2 t [Menu start] t Select the desired setting Top Always displays the first screen of the menu. Previous Displays the last item selected. This will make it easier to quickly reset the last item you selected previously. GB 7
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