Top side

Illustration of the top side of the camera

  1. Mode dial

    The mode dial is unlocked for as long as you press the lock release button in the center of the dial.

  2. Rear dial L

    You can quickly adjust the settings for each shooting mode.

  3. Rear dial R

    You can quickly adjust the settings for each shooting mode.

    Pressing the lock button at the center switches the dial between the locked and unlocked status. The dial is unlocked when the lock button is popped up and the white line is visible.

  4. C1 button (Custom button 1)
  5. Image sensor position mark
    • The image sensor is the sensor that converts light into an electric signal. The position of the image sensor is indicated by (Image sensor position mark). When you measure the exact distance between the camera and the subject, refer to the position of the horizontal line.

    • If the subject is closer than the minimum shooting distance of the lens, the focus cannot be confirmed. Make sure you put enough distance between the subject and the camera.
  6. C2 button (Custom button 2)
  7. Still/Movie/S&Q dial

    You can switch the shooting mode.

    Turn the Still/Movie/S&Q dial while pressing the lock release button on the front of the dial.

  8. Multi Interface Shoe*

    Some accessories may not go in all the way and protrude backward from the Multi Interface Shoe. However, when the accessory reaches the front end of the shoe, the connection is completed.

  9. Upper: Drive mode dial

    The drive mode dial is unlocked while the unlock button at the center is being pressed.

    Lower: Focus mode dial

    The focus mode dial is unlocked while the unlock button on the back is being pressed.

* For details on compatible accessories for the Multi Interface Shoe, visit the Sony website, or consult your Sony dealer or local authorized Sony service facility.
Accessories for the Accessory Shoe can also be used. Operations with other manufacturers’ accessories are not guaranteed.

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