Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3 user manual

User manual for the device Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3

Device: Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H3
Size: 7,20 MB
Date of adding : 2014-03-08 15:08:28
Number of pages: 123
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VCLICK!
Table of contents
Basic Operations
Using the shooting
functions
Using the viewing
Digital Still Camera functions
Cyber-shot Handbook
Customizing the settings
DSC-H3
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 still images
Troubleshooting
Others
Index
© 2007 Sony Corporation 3-268-881-11(1)
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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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Table of contents Notes on using the camera .......................................................................2 Basic techniques for better images ...........................................................7 Focus – Focusing on a subject successfully..................................................... 7 Exposure – Adjusting the light intensity ............................................................ 9 Color – On the effects of lighting...................................................

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Table of contents SteadyShot: Selecting the anti-blur mode SETUP: Selecting the shooting settings Using the viewing functions Playing back images from the HOME screen............................. 53 (Single Image): Playing back a single image (Index Display): Playing back a list of images (Slide Show): Playing back a series of images Viewing menu ..................................................................................... 56 (Delete): Deleting images (Slide Show): Playing back a se

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Table of contents Shooting Settings — Shooting Settings 2.........................................73 Auto Orientation Auto Review Clock Settings...................................................................................74 Language Setting..............................................................................75 Viewing images on a TV Viewing images on a TV..........................................................................76 Using your computer Enjoying your Windows comput

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Table of contents Others Using the camera abroad — Power sources ........................................ 114 On the “Memory Stick Duo” .................................................................. 115 On the battery pack............................................................................... 117 On the battery charger.......................................................................... 118 Index Index .............................................................................

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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 23), the HOME screen (page 37) and the menus (page 39). 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. Do not fully press Press th

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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 Adjusting ISO Sensitivity (Recommended Exposure Index) ISO sensitivity is a speed rating for recording media that incorporates an image sensor that receives light. Even when the exposure is the same, images differ depending on the ISO sensitivity. To adjust the ISO sensitivity, see page 45. High ISO sensitivity Records a bright image even in dark locations while increasing shutter speed to reduce blur. However, the image tends to become noisy. Low ISO sensi

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Basic techniques for better images On “image quality” and “image size” Quality A digital image is made up of a collection of small dots called pixels. If it contains a large number of pixels, the image becomes large, it takes up more memory, and the image is displayed in fine detail. “Image size” is shown by the number of pixels. Although you cannot see the differences on the screen of the camera, the fine detail and data processing time differ when the image is printed or displayed on a comp

Summary of the content on the page No. 12

Basic techniques for better images The default settings are marked with . Image size Usage guidelines No. of images Printing 8M For prints up to A3 (11×17") Less Fine (3264 ×2448) *1 3:2 Shoot in 3:2 aspect ratio (3264 ×2176) 5M For prints up to A4 (8.5×11") (2592 ×1944) 3M For prints up to 10×15 cm (2048 ×1536) (4×6") or 13×18 cm (5×7") VGA Shoot at a small image size for (640×480) e-mail attachment *2 16:9 Shoot in HDTV aspect ratio (1920×1080) Rough More *1) Images are recorded in 3:2 aspec

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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 1 operation. 6 2 6 3 7 4 8 9 2 5 3 0 4 7 5 8 9 qd qs qa A POWER button B POWER lamp C Mode dial (23) D Shutter button (24) qjqh qg qf E Microphone F Flash (26) A For shooting: W/T (Zoom) button (25) G AF illuminator (70)/Self-timer lamp For viewing: / (Playback zoom) (27) button/ (Index) button (33, 34) H Hook for shoulder strap B (Playback) button (33) I Lens C LCD screen (21) D MENU button (39) E HOME button (37) F Hook for shoul

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Identifying parts I DC IN jack When using an AC-LS5K AC Adaptor (not supplied) 1 To DC IN jack v mark 2 To wall outlet � You cannot charge the battery pack by connecting the camera to the AC-LS5K AC Adaptor. Use the battery charger (supplied) to charge the battery pack. J Control button Menu on: v/V/b/B/z (39) Menu off: DISP/ / / (21, 26) When the mode dial is set to M: Shutter Speed/Aperture (31) K Speaker (bottom) L Battery/“Memory Stick Duo” cover (bottom) M Tripod receptacle (bottom)

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Identifying parts � You can attach the lens cap with the lens hood Lens hood/Adaptor ring attached. � When using the lens hood, be careful that the following: – The AF illuminator light may be blocked. – The flash light may be blocked, causing the shadow to appear when using the built-in flash. 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 A Lens hood turn the lens h

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Indicators on the screen Each time you press v (DISP) on the Display Indication control button, the display changes Recording mode (43) (page 21). BRK ±1.0 See the pages in parentheses for details of operation. Metering mode (46) Face Detection (42) When shooting still images SteadyShot (52) � In the default setting, when the shutter button is pressed halfway down, one of these indicators appears, depending on the SteadyShot setting. Vibration warning � Indicates vibration may RETUR

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Indicators on the screen BC Display Indication Display Indication Manual exposure setting Recording Media mode (31) (“Memory Stick Duo”, Internal memory) z RETURN Function guide for Manual exposure (31) Recording folder (63) z SET � This does not appear when 1.0m Focus preset distance (47) using internal memory. z AE/AF lock (24) 96 Number of recordable Standby Standby a movie/Recording images a movie REC 00:25:05 Recordable time ISO400 ISO number (45) (hours : minutes : seconds) NR slo

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Indicators on the screen A When playing back still images Display Indication Battery remaining Image size (41) Protect (58) VOL. Volume (33) Print order (DPOF) mark (99) When playing back movies PictBridge connecting (97) Zoom scaling (33) PictBridge connecting (98) � Do not disconnect the cable for multi-use terminal while the icon is displayed. B Display Indication N Playback (33) Playback bar 0:00:12 Counter 101-0012 Folder-file number (60) 2007 1 1 Recorded date/time of the play

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Indicators on the screen C Display Indication Playback Media (“Memory Stick Duo”, Internal memory) Playback folder (60) � This does not appear when using internal memory. 8/8 12/12 Image number/Number of images recorded in selected folder Changing folder (60) � This does not appear when using internal memory. Metering mode (46) Flash White balance (49) C:32:00 Self-diagnosis display (111) ISO400 ISO number (45) +2.0EV Exposure Value (45) 500 Shutter speed F3.5 Aperture value


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