Shooting super-slow-motion movies (High Frame Rate)
By shooting with a higher frame rate than the recording format, you can record a smooth super-slow-motion movie.
- MENU→ (Camera Settings1) → [Shoot Mode] → [High Frame Rate] → desired exposure mode.
The shooting setting screen will be displayed.
- MENU → (Camera Settings2) → [HFR Settings] → Select the desired settings for [Record Setting], [Frame Rate], [Priority Setting] and [REC Timing].
- Point the camera at the subject and adjust settings such as the focus.
- You can also change other settings, such as focus mode, ISO sensitivity, etc.
- Press the (Enter) button.
The shooting standby screen will be displayed.
- [STBY] will be displayed in the bottom left of the screen during shooting standby. While [STBY] is displayed, you cannot adjust the exposure or focus settings including manual focus. To change these settings, press the (Enter) button again to return to the shooting setting screen.
- Press the SHUTTER/MOVIE button.
- When [REC Timing] is set to [Start Trigger]:
- Movie capturing (shooting) starts. When the SHUTTER/MOVIE button is pressed again, or when the recordable duration of time has elapsed, movie capturing ends and the camera starts to record the captured movie to the memory card.
- When [REC Timing] is set to [End Trigger]:
- Movie capturing ends and the camera starts to record the captured movie to the memory card.
- Sound will not be recorded.
- The movie will be recorded in XAVC S HD format.
- It may take time for recording to finish after you press the SHUTTER/MOVIE button. Wait until the display switches to the shooting standby screen to start shooting again.