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Interchangeable Lens Parts and controls
Custom key assignment
AF/MF button/AEL button
Table of contents This [Operations] describes basic operation of the camera, and some advanced operations using the major functions. See [Getting Started] for information on how to set up the camera, and the [Handbook] on the CD-ROM (supplied) for more detailed functions and operations. Getting Started Handbook (This manual) Operations Parts and controls Recording........................................................................... 5 Playback.............................................
Others Menu list............................................................................ 30 The unique digital shooting functions............................... 39 α Handbook...................................................................... 42 Restriction of the functions ............................................... 43 Number of recordable images.......................................... 46 List of icons on the screen................................................ 49 Troubleshooting
Parts and controls All the major parts of your camera, and controls and buttons that are used for recording, playback, and setups are described here.
Parts and controls Recording Navigation button Selects the adjustment settings for the Triple-dial-control operation. Control dial R Sets the items that appear at the top right of the screen. Control dial L Sets the items that appear at the top left of the screen. Shutter button Shoots still images. Allows you to focus on the subject when it is pressed half way down. Zoom ring Zooms in or out the subject (when a zoom lens is used). ON/OFF (Power) switch Turns on the camera at ON, off the ca
(Flash pop-up) button* Pops up the built-in flash. Press the button when you want to fire the flash. Push the flash down to retract it when you do not want to fire the flash (page 44). MOVIE button Records movies. Pressing this button again stops recording (page 41). AF/MF button/AEL button At AF/MF, the focusing mode switches between auto and manual while the button is held down (page 27). At AEL, AE is locked while the button is held down (page 28). button DISP button Selects the driv
Parts and controls Playback (Playback) button Switches between the shooting mode and the playback mode. (Delete) button Deletes the image when is displayed at the lower right corner of the screen. DISP button Control wheel Switches the screen Selects the image. display. button (Enlarge Image) button Displays the image Enlarges the image on the index. screen when it is pressed while is displayed at the center on the right side of the screen. Turning the control wheel adjusts the sc
Setup Navigation button Selects the adjustment settings for the Triple-dial- control operation. Control dial L Sets the items that appear at the top left of the screen. Control dial R Sets the items that appear at the top right of the screen. Soft key A Activates the function displayed at Control wheel the upper right Sets the items that appear to corner of the screen. the right of the screen. Turn the control wheel. Soft key C Activates the function displayed at Soft key B the center
Triple-dial-control The Triple-dial-control allows you to adjust the various shooting settings quickly and intuitively, using the 3 dials and the Navigation button.
Triple-dial-control operation The Triple-dial-control allows you to adjust or set various shooting adjustment items, simultaneously, on a single screen. Even though you can set these functions separately on the menu screen, using the Triple-dial-control, you can adjust these functions interactively on the same screen. Navigation button Items to be set by turning the control wheel Items to be set by turning the control dial R Items to be set by turning the control dial L Press the center of
Triple-dial-control Set each settings by turning the control dials L/R and the 3 control wheel. z Navigation button Each time you press the button, the item toggles as follows. Exposure Settings r In addition, [Picture Effect Settings] and [Custom Settings] are available. You can Focus Settings select the settings you want to use by r selecting MENU t [Setup] t [Function White Balance Settings Settings]. r The Exposure Settings is permanent and cannot be altered. D-Range Settings r Creativ
Functions of the control dials The control dials and the control wheel have different tasks, depending on the “Settings” currently in effect. See “Settings modes available” (pages 13 to 20) for more details. Control dial L Control dial R Control wheel Exposure Settings* Shutter speed/ Aperture/ ISO Aperture/Program Exposure shift compensation Focus Settings (AF Focus area Flexible spot Flexible spot mode) position (right/ position (up/ left) down) Focus Settings (MF Enlarging position Enlargi
Triple-dial-control Settings modes available What you can set with each Settings mode are described here. indicates the default setting. Exposure Settings Shooting mode Control dial L Control dial R Control wheel Manual Exposure Shutter speed Aperture ISO Shutter Priority Shutter speed Exposure ISO compensation Aperture Priority Aperture Exposure ISO compensation Program Auto Program shift Exposure ISO compensation � You can set the exposure compensation by turning the control dial R when [Anti
Control dial L (Multi) The camera uses the 25 AF areas and focuses automatically. • When the Face Detection function is active, AF operates with priority on faces. (Center) The camera uses the AF area located in the center area exclusively. (Flexible Spot) Moves the focusing area to focus on a small subject or narrow area. Press soft key B to bring the focusing area back to the center. Focus Settings (MF mode) You can set the enlarged position for manual focusing. Move the enlarged posit
Triple-dial-control Control dial L AWB (Auto WB) The camera automatically detects a light source and adjusts the color temperature. (Daylight) If you select an option to suit a specific light source, the color temperature is adjusted for the light source (Shade) (preset white balance). (Cloudy) (Incandescent) (Fluor.: Warm White) (Fluor.: Cool White) (Fluor.: Day White) (Fluor.: Daylight) (Flash) (C.Temp./Filter) Adjusts the color temperature depending on the light source. Achi
D-Range Settings Set the optimum level. Set the exposure compensation value (–5.0 EV to +5.0 EV). Set the mode. This figure shows the histogram before the D-Range Optimizer or the Auto HDR was applied, not that of the image that will actually be shot. Control wheel (Off) Does not use [DRO/Auto HDR]. (D-Range By dividing the image into small areas, the camera Opt.) analyzes the contrast of light and shadow between the subject and the background, producing the image with the optimal brigh
Triple-dial-control z To use the D-Range Settings effectively By combining the DRO/Auto HDR manual setting (exposure difference/ DRO-Level) and the exposure compensation, you can control the range of the contrast of light and shadow (gradations) to be reproduced. With DRO, set a DRO-Level to reproduce the shadow side, and set a minus value of exposure compensation to reproduce the light side. A large minus compensation and DRO-Level setting may cause noise. It is recommended that you check t
(Clear) For capturing images in a clear tone with limpid colors in the highlighted area, suitable for capturing radiant light. (Deep) For capturing images with deep and dense color expressions, suited to capturing the solid presence of the subject. (Light) For capturing images with bright and uncomplicated color expressions, suited to capturing refreshingly light ambience. (Portrait) For shooting the skin color in a soft tone, ideally suited for shooting portraits. (Landscape) The sa
Triple-dial-control Picture Effect Settings Set the mode. Set the option. Control dial L (Off) Does not use the Picture Effect function. (Toy Camera) Creates the look of a Toy Camera photo with shaded corners and pronounced colors. You can set the color tone with the control dial R. (Pop Color) Creates a vivid look by emphasizing color tones. (Posterization) Creates a high contrast, abstract look by heavily emphasizing primary colors, or in black and white. You can select primary colors or
(HDR Painting) Creates the look of a painting, enhancing the colors and details. The camera releases the shutter 3 times. You can set the intensity of the effect with the control dial R. (Rich-tone Creates an image in black and white with rich Mono.) gradation and reproduction of details. The camera releases the shutter 3 times. (Miniature) Creates an image which enhances the subject vividly, with the background defocused considerably. This effect may often be found in pictures of mini
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