Selecting a shooting mode
List of mode dial functions
You can select the desired shooting mode by turning the mode dial.
The camera shoots with automatic scene recognition.
The camera shoots with automatic scene recognition. This mode takes clear images of dark or backlit scenes.
About Scene Recognition
Scene Recognition operates in [Intelligent Auto] mode and [Superior Auto] mode.
- The advantages of automatic shooting
Allows you to shoot with the exposure adjusted automatically (both the shutter speed and the aperture value).
Allows you to create a single panoramic image from multiple images shot while panning the camera.
Allows you to shoot with preset settings according to the scene.
You can express the movement of a moving subject in various ways by adjusting the shutter speed, for example, at the instant of the movement with high speed shutter, or as a trailing image with low speed shutter.
You can shoot by adjusting the aperture and changing the range in focus, or by defocusing the background.
You can shoot with the desired exposure setting by adjusting both the shutter speed and aperture.
You can shoot a trailing image of the movement of a subject with long exposure.
Allows you to shoot an image after recalling often-used modes or camera settings registered in advance.
You can adjust the shutter speed or aperture value to your desired settings for recording movies.
Shooting super-slow-motion movies (HFR Settings)
By shooting with a higher frame rate than the recording format, you can record a smooth super-slow-motion movie.