Sensitivity to light is expressed by the ISO number (recommended exposure index). The larger the number, the higher the sensitivity.
- MENU → (Camera Settings) → [ISO] → desired setting.
Menu item details
- Multi Frame NR:
- Combines continuous shots to create an image with less noise. Select the desired ISO number from [ISO AUTO] or ISO 200 – 25600.
- ISO AUTO:
- Sets the ISO sensitivity automatically.
ISO 80 – ISO 6400:
Sets the ISO sensitivity manually. Selecting a larger number increases the ISO sensitivity.
- [ISO AUTO] is selected when using the following functions:
- [Intelligent Auto]
- [Superior Auto]
- [Scene Selection]
- [Sweep Panorama]
- When [ISO] is set to a value lower than ISO 125, the range for recordable subject brightness (dynamic range) may decrease.
- The higher the ISO value, the more noise will appear on the images.
- The available ISO settings differ between shooting still images and movies.
- When shooting movies, ISO values between ISO 125 and ISO 3200 are available. If the ISO value is set to larger value than ISO 3200, the setting is automatically switched to ISO 3200. When you finished the movie recording, the ISO value returns to the original setting.
- When shooting movies, ISO values between ISO 125 and ISO 3200 are available. If the ISO value is set to a value smaller than ISO 125, the setting is automatically switched to ISO 125. When you finish recording the movie, the ISO value returns to the original setting.
- When you use [Multi Frame NR], it takes some time for the product to perform the overlay processing of images.
- You can change the automatically set ISO sensitivity range for the [ISO AUTO] mode. Select [ISO AUTO] and press the right side of the control wheel, and set the desired values for [ISO AUTO Maximum] and [ISO AUTO Minimum]. The values for [ISO AUTO Maximum] and [ISO AUTO Minimum] are also applied when shooting in [ISO AUTO] mode under [Multi Frame NR].