Allows you to shoot with preset settings according to the scene.
Set the mode dial to SCN (Scene Selection).
Turn the control wheel to select the desired setting.
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- Blurs background and sharpens the subject. Accentuates the skin tones softly.
- Shoots close-ups of the subjects, such as flowers, insects, food, or small items.
- Shoots the entire range of a scenery in sharp focus with vivid colors.
- Shoots the red of the sunset beautifully.
- Night Scene:
- Shoots night scenes without losing the dark atmosphere.
- Hand-held Twilight:
- Shoots night scenes with less noise and blur without using a tripod. A burst of shots are taken, and image processing is applied to reduce subject blur, camera-shake, and noise.
- Night Portrait:
Shoots night scene portraits using the flash.
The flash does not pop up automatically. Pop up the flash manually before shooting.
- Anti Motion Blur:
- Allows you to shoot indoor shots without using the flash and reduces subject blur. The product shoots burst images and combines them to create the image, reducing subject blur and noise.
- Allows you to shoot images of your pet with the best settings.
- Allows you to shoot food arrangements in delicious and bright colors.
- Allows you to shoot images of fireworks in all their splendor.
- High Sensitivity:
- Allows you to shoot still images even in dark locations without using the flash, and reduces subject blur. Also allows you to shoot dark movie scenes more brightly.
- To change the scene, rotate the control wheel on the shooting screen and select a new scene.
- Under the following settings, the shutter speed is slower, so use of a tripod, etc. is recommended to prevent the image from blurring:
- [Night Scene]
- [Night Portrait]
- In the [Hand-held Twilight] or [Anti Motion Blur] mode, the shutter clicks 4 times and an image is recorded.
- If you select [Hand-held Twilight] or [Anti Motion Blur] with [RAW] or [RAW & JPEG], [File Format] becomes [JPEG] temporarily.
Reducing blur is less effective even in [Hand-held Twilight] or [Anti Motion Blur] when shooting the following subjects:
- Subjects with erratic movement.
- Subjects that are too close to the product.
- Subjects with continuously similar patterns, such as the sky, a beach, or a lawn.
- Subjects with constant change such as waves or water falls.
- In the case of [Hand-held Twilight] or [Anti Motion Blur], block noise may occur when using a light source that flickers, such as fluorescent lighting.
- The minimum distance that you can come close to a subject does not change even if you select [Macro]. For the minimum in-focus range, refer to the minimum distance of the lens.