Sony Cyber-shot 3-295-460-12(1) user manual

User manual for the device Sony Cyber-shot 3-295-460-12(1)

Device: Sony Cyber-shot 3-295-460-12(1)
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Date of adding : 2014-03-08 15:08:28
Number of pages: 154
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Table of contents
Basic Operations
Using the shooting
functions
Using the viewing
Digital Still Camera
functions
Cyber-shot Handbook
Customizing the settings
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Before operating the unit, please read this
Viewing images on a TV
Handbook thoroughly together with the
“Instruction Manual” and the “Cyber-shot
Step-up Guide”, and retain them for future
reference.
Using your computer
Printing stil

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Notes on using the camera Notes on the types of “Memory Stick” Carl Zeiss lens that you can use (not supplied) The camera is equipped with a Carl Zeiss lens which is capable of reproducing sharp “Memory Stick Duo” images with excellent contrast. You can use a “Memory The lens for the camera has been produced Stick Duo” with the under a quality assurance system certified camera. by Carl Zeiss in accordance with the quality standards of Carl Zeiss in Germany. “Memory Stick” You cannot use a

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Notes on using the camera � Be careful not to bump the movable lens, and be careful not to apply force to it. The images used in this Handbook The images used as examples in this Handbook are reproduced images, and are not actual images shot using the camera. 3

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Table of contents Notes on using the camera....................................................................... 2 Basic techniques for better images........................................................... 8 Focus – Focusing on a subject successfully..................................................... 8 Exposure – Adjusting the light intensity........................................................... 10 Color – On the effects of lighting....................................................

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Table of contents Using the shooting functions Shooting menu ........................................................................................63 Scene Selection: Selecting the Scene Selection Image Size: Selecting the image size Flash: Flash setting Face Detection: Detecting the face of subject Smile Detection: Setting the Smile Detection function Smile Detection Sensitivity: Setting the Smile Detection Sensitivity Bracket Set: Setting the bracket type Scene Recognition: Determining the s

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Table of contents (Rotate): Rotating a still image (Select Folder): Selecting the folder for viewing images Customizing the settings Customizing the Manage Memory feature and the Settings................... 89 Manage Memory .............................................................................. 91 Memory Tool — Memory Stick Tool ................................................. 91 Format Create REC.Folder Change REC.Folder Copy Memory Tool — Internal Memory Tool......................

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Table of contents Copying images to your computer using the “Picture Motion Browser” ..............................................................................................................113 Copying images to a computer without “Picture Motion Browser”.........117 Viewing image files stored on a computer with the camera copying to the “Memory Stick Duo”...............................................................................119 Using the “Music Transfer” (supplied) ...............

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Basic techniques for better images Focus Exposure Color Quality Flash This section describes the basics so you can enjoy the camera. It tells you how to use various camera functions such as the mode dial (page 28), the wheel dial (page 39), the HOME screen (page 58) and the menus (page 60). Focusing on a subject successfully Focus When you press the shutter button halfway down, the camera adjusts the focus automatically (Auto Focus). Remember to press the shutter button only halfway down.

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Basic techniques for better images Hints for preventing blur The camera moved accidentally when you took the image. This is called “Camera shake”. On the other hand, if the subject moved when you took the image, it is called “subject blur”. Camera shake Cause What you can do to reduce the blurring Your hands or body shake while you hold the � Use a tripod or place the camera on a flat surface camera and press the shutter button, and the entire to hold the camera steady. screen is blurred. � Sh

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Basic techniques for better images Adjusting the light intensity Exposure You can create various images by adjusting the exposure and the ISO sensitivity. Exposure is the amount of light that the camera will receive when you release the shutter. Shutter speed = Length of time the camera receives light Exposure: Aperture = Size of the opening allowing light to pass through ISO sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index) = Recording sensitivity Overexposure The exposure is automatically set to t

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Basic techniques for better images Hints for the exposure value (EV) When shooting a whitish overall image such as a backlit subject or a snowy scenes, the camera judges that the subject is bright and may set a darker exposure for the image. In such cases, adjustment of the exposure in the + (plus) direction is effective. Adjust in the + direction When shooting a darker overall image, the camera judges that the subject is dark and may set a brighter exposure for the image. In such cases, adju

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Basic techniques for better images On the effects of lighting Color The apparent color of the subject is affected by the lighting conditions. Example: The color of an image affected by light sources Weather/lighting Daylight Cloudy Fluorescent Incandescent Characteristics of White (standard) Bluish Green-tinged Reddish light The color tones are adjusted automatically in the auto adjustment mode. However, you can adjust color tones manually with [White Balance] (page 69). On “image quality” and

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Basic techniques for better images The default settings are marked with . Image size Usage guidelines No. of images Printing 9M For prints up to A3+(13×19") Less Fine (3456×2592) *1 3:2 (8M) Shoot in 3:2 aspect ratio (3456×2304) 5M For prints up to A4(8×10") (2592×1944) 3M For prints up to 10×15 cm (2048×1536) (4×6") or 13×18 cm (5×7") VGA Shoot at small image size (640×480) for e-mail attachments More Rough *2 16:9 (6M) For viewing on HDTVs and Less Fine (3456×1944) printing up to A4(8×10") *

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Basic techniques for better images On using the flash Flash The eyes of the subject may come out red, or fuzzy white circular spots may appear when using the flash. These phenomena can be reduced by taking the following steps. The “Red-eye phenomenon” Pupils become dilated in dark environments. Flash light is reflected off the blood vessels at the back of the eye (retina), causing the “red-eye” phenomenon. Camera Eye Retina How can the “Red-eye phenomenon” be reduced? � Set [Red Eye Reduction]

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Identifying parts See the pages in parentheses for details of A POWER button/POWER lamp operation. B Mode dial (28) C /BRK button (48) D Shutter button (29) E (Metering mode) button (49) F Self-timer lamp (31)/ Smile Shutter lamp (36)/ AF illuminator (98) G Lens H Flash (31) I Finder adjustment dial � When you select with the FINDER/LCD button to shoot by using the finder, adjust the finder adjustment dial to match your eyesight so the image appears clearly within the finder. J NIGHTSHOT swi

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Identifying parts F Control button (inside)/Wheel dial (outside) (39) Menu on: v/V/b/B/z (60) Menu off: DISP/ / / (26, 31) G HOME button (58) H (Playback) button (50) I For shooting: W/T (Zoom) button (30) For viewing: / (Playback zoom) button (50)/ (Index) button (51) J DC IN jack/DC IN jack cover When using an AC-LS5K AC Adaptor (not supplied) 1 To DC IN jack Bottom v mark 2 To wall outlet A FINDER/LCD button B Finder C (Slideshow) button (52) D LCD screen (26) � You cannot charge the batte

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Identifying parts Q Tripod receptacle (bottom) � Use a tripod with a screw less than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch) long. Otherwise, you cannot firmly secure the camera, and damage to the camera may occur. R Speaker 17

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Using the accessories 3 Position the indicator of 3 on the lens Lens hood/Adaptor ring hood (B) to the indicator of 2 and attach The lens hood is stored with the adapter the lens hood. Turn the lens hood in the ring on at the time of purchase. Remove the direction of the arrow until it clicks. adapter ring from the lens hood before attaching them to the camera. Adaptor ring Lens hood Attaching the lens hood When you shoot in bright lighting 4 Check that the “TOP” indication is conditions

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Using the accessories Storing the lens hood The lens hood can be attached in the reverse direction to store it with the camera when it is not in use. Position the lens hood as shown below and turn the lens hood clockwise until it clicks. Attaching a conversion lens (not supplied) When you want to do enhanced wide-angle shots or zoom-in shots on distant objects, attach a conversion lens. 1 Attach the adaptor ring. 2 Attach a conversion lens. � When shooting with the conversion lens, go thr

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Using the accessories Notes Remote Control � Remove the insulation sheet before using the Using the Remote Control, you can easily Remote Control. operate the camera. Insulation sheet � Point the Remote Control towards the remote sensor to operate your camera (page 15). To change the battery of the Remote Control 1 While pressing on the tab, inset your fingernail into the slit to pull out the battery case. 2 Place a new battery with the + side facing up. 3 Insert the battery case back int


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