Sony NEX-3 user manual

User manual for the device Sony NEX-3

Device: Sony NEX-3
Size: 3,37 MB
Date of adding : 2014-09-06 15:10:10
Number of pages: 159
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4-183-855-12(1)
Interchangeable
Table of contents
Lens Digital Camera
Sample photo search
Menu search
α Handbook
Index
© 2010 Sony Corporation GB
NEX-3/NEX-3C/NEX-5/NEX-5C

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Notes on using the camera How to use this handbook Click on a button at upper right on the cover and each page to jump to the corresponding page. This is convenient when searching for a function you want to use. Search for information by function. Search for information by sample photos. Search for information in a listing of menu items. Search for information by keyword. You can jump to the pages by clicking on the page numbers mentio

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Table of contents Notes on using the camera How to use this handbook ·····································2 Sample photo search ············································5 Identifying parts ···················································11 List of icons on the screen···································15 Basic operations Using the control wheel and soft keys·················17 Menu search················································

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Connecting with other equipment Viewing images on a TV····································123 Using with your computer··································125 Using the software·············································127 Connecting the camera to the computer ···········130 Creating a movie disc (NEX-5/5C) ····················132 Printing still images ···········································136 Troubleshooting Troubleshooting···········

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Sample photo search “This is the scene I want to capture in a photo, but how can I do?” You may find the answer by going through the sample photos listed here. Click the desired sample photo. Shooting people (page 6) Shooting macro photos (page 7) Shooting landscapes (page 8) Shooting sunset/night views (page 9) Shooting fast moving subjects (page 10) If you click on a photo, the screen will jump to the page describing the function recomm

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Shooting people 24 38 Only the main subject is in focus by The same scene with different brightness defocusing the background (24) (38) 59 45 A happy smile (59) In candle light (45) 72 68 A person in front of night view (72) A moving person (68) 36 31 A group photo (36, 37) A person lit from behind (31) GB 6 Continued r

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Shooting macro photos 24 69 Defocusing the background (24) Adjusting the color to indoor light (69) 43 72 Flowers (43) Lowering the amount of flash light (72) 53 32 Focusing manually (53) In better brightness (32) 68 32 Preventing camera shake for indoor shots Making food look appealing (32) (68) GB 7 Continued r

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Shooting landscapes 32 50 The sky in vivid colors (32) Running water (50) 75 75 Vivid green colors (75) Colored leaves (75) 46 Panoramic photos (46) 73 73 Scenery with a wide range of brightness Light outdoors shot from a dark interior (73) (73) 24 90 Defocusing the background (24) Keeping your shot level (90) GB 8 Continued r

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Shooting sunset/night views 43 31 Holding the camera by hand (43) Trail of light (31) 49 24 Fireworks (49) Defocusing the background (24) 36 38 Preventing camera shake (36) The same scene in different brightness (38) 43 Shooting the red of the sunset beautifully (43) GB 9 Continued r

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Shooting fast moving subjects 56 50 Following a moving subject (56) Expressing vigorous action (50) 53 35 With the subject approaching the camera Capturing the best moment (35) (53) GB 10

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Identifying parts See the pages in parentheses for details of NEX-5/5C operation. A (Playback) button (26) B ON/OFF (Power) switch C Shutter button (23) D Remote sensor (39) E AF illuminator/Self-timer lamp/Smile Shutter lamp F Speaker G Microphone H Smart Accessory Terminal I Lens J Lens release button NEX-3/3C K Mount L Image sensor* M Lens contacts* * Do not touch this part directly. When the lens is removed (NEX-5/5C/3/3C) GB 11 Cont

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search A (USB) terminal (130) NEX-5/5C B Hook for shoulder strap C HDMI terminal (123) D Light sensor E LCD monitor F MOVIE button (23) G Control wheel (17) H Soft keys (18) I Image sensor position mark (53) NEX-3/3C GB 12 Continued r

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search A Battery/memory card cover NEX-5/5C B Tripod receptacle � Use a tripod with a screw length of less than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch). You will be unable to firmly secure the camera to tripods having screws longer than 5.5 mm (7/32 inch), and may damage the camera. C Image sensor position mark (53) D Connection plate cover Use this when using an AC-PW20 AC Adaptor (sold separately). Insert the connection plate into the battery compartment, the

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Lens On the E18 – 200 mm lens, refer to the instruction manual of the E18 – 200 mm lens (supplied). E18 – 55 mm F3.5-5.6 OSS (supplied with NEX-5D/5CD/5K/5CK/3D/ 3CD/3K/3CK) A Hood index B Focusing ring C Zoom ring D Focal-length scale E Focal-length index F Lens contacts* G Mounting index * Do not touch this part directly. E16 mm F2.8 (supplied with NEX-5A/5CA/3A/3CA) A Converter index* B Focusing ring C Lens contacts** D Mounting index *

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search List of icons on the screen Icons are displayed on the screen to indicate the camera status. You can change the screen display using DISP (Display Contents) on the control wheel (page 29). A Shooting standby Display Indication Shoot Mode P A S M Scene Selection Image size/Aspect ratio of still images Graphic display RAW RAW+J Image quality of still FINE STD images 100 Number of recordable still images Image size of

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search D Display Indication Display Indication Overheating warning Flash Mode/Red Eye Database file full/ Reduction Database file error Histogram Drive Mode 101-0012 Playback folder – File number Focus mode Protect Print order and number 1 of copies Flash compensation ±0.0 Metering Mode B Display Indication Focus area mode Menu z Soft keys Face Detection Shoot Mode Shoot. Tips z Smile Shutter C ISO Display I

Summary of the content on the page No. 17

Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Basic operations Using the control wheel and soft keys The control wheel and soft keys allow you to use various functions of the camera. Soft keys Control wheel Control wheel When shooting, DISP (Display Contents), (Flash Mode), (Exposure Comp.) and (Drive Mode) functions are assigned to the control wheel. When playing back, DISP (Display Contents) and (Image Index) functions are assigned to the control wheel. When you turn or press th

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Soft keys The soft keys have different roles, depending on the context. The assigned role (function) of each soft key is shown on the screen. To use the function shown at the upper right corner of the screen, press soft key A. To use the function shown at the lower right corner of the screen, press soft key B. To use the function shown at the center, press the center of the control wheel (soft key C). In this handbook, the soft keys are i

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Menu search You can set up the basic settings for the camera as a whole, or execute functions such as shooting, playback, or other operations. 1 Press [Menu]. 2 Select the desired item by pressing the top/bottom/left/right parts of the control wheel, and then press the center. 3 Following the instructions on the screen, select the desired item and [Menu] press the center of the control wheel to Control wheel make your choice. Shoot Mo

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Table of Sample photo Menu search Index contents search Camera Allows you to set shooting functions, such as continuous shooting, self-timer, and flash. Drive Mode Selects the drive mode, such as continuous shooting, self-timer, or bracket shooting. Flash Mode Selects the method used to fire the flash. AF/MF Select Selects auto focusing or manual focusing. Autofocus Area Selects the area to be focused on. Autofocus Mode Selects the autofocus method. Precision Dig. Zoom Sets the digital zoom whe


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