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Sony HDR-CX900E - HDR-CX900E Manuel d'aide (version imprimable) Anglais

Sony HDR-CX900E - HDR-CX900E Manuel d'aide (version imprimable) Anglais

(Snow): Takes bright

(Snow): Takes bright pictures of a white landscape. * Adjusted to focus on subjects farther away only. Note If you set [Scene Selection], the following settings are canceled. White Balance Cinematone IRIS (aperture) Shutter Speed Gain (ISO) [100] How to Use Menu operations Camera/Mic Picture Effect Allows you to shoot more impressive images by selecting the desired effect. 1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Camera Settings] - [Picture Effect] - desired setting. Descriptions of menu items Off (default setting): Does not use the Picture Effect. (Toy Camera): Allows you to shoot an image having a unique color tone with its surrounding colors dark. Select the effect you want with [OPTION]. (Pop Color): Allows you to shoot a pop art-like colorful image with emphasis on the color tone.

(Posterization): Creates a high contrast, abstract look by heavily emphasizing primary colors, or in black and white. Select the effect you want with [OPTION]. (Retro Photo): Creates the look of an aged photo with sepia color tones and faded contrast. (Soft High-key): Allows you to shoot soft, clear images with an emphasis on brightness. (Partial Color): Allows you to shoot an image that makes a strong impression by leaving a specified color on portions of a monochrome image. Select the effect you want with [OPTION]. (High Contrast Mono.): Creates an intense, high-contrast image in black and white. Note When you select a [Picture Effect] item, the following functions are not available. Recording photos in the movie recording mode Some other functions [101] How to Use Menu operations Camera/Mic Cinematone This product automatically adjusts the image quality of the movie to resemble the atmosphere of film camera images. 1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Camera Settings] - [ Cinematone] - desired setting. Descriptions of menu items Off (default setting): Does not use the Cinematone function. On : Uses the Cinematone function. Note When you switch this function on or off, the image will be paused temporarily. When [ Cinematone] is set to [On], the [Scene Selection] setting changes to [Auto]. When [ Cinematone] is set to [On], the [Picture Effect] setting changes to [Off].