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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

3. Rotate the MANUAL

3. Rotate the MANUAL dial to adjust the shutter speed. To restore the setting to automatic adjustment Press the SHUTTER SPEED button again. appears next to the shutter speed value. Hint Moving objects you record will look different depending on the shutter speed. Set the shutter speed faster to record a fast-moving object clearly without blurring, and set the shutter speed slower to emphasize the movement of a moving object. You can set the shutter speed as follows. between 1/8 and 1/10,000 seconds in movie recording mode at 60p(*)/50p(**)/30p(*) between 1/6 and 1/10,000 seconds in movie recording mode at 24p(*)/25p(**) between 1/8 and 1/1,000 seconds in photo recording mode * Models with the NTSC color system ** Models with the PAL color system Focusing automatically is difficult at lower shutter speed. It is recommended that manual focusing be performed with this product attached to a tripod. When recording using [Smth Slw REC], the range of shutter speed you can adjust manually changes to 1/250 - 1/10,000 seconds. When recording using [High Speed REC], the range changes to 1/125 - 1/10,000 seconds. When recording under fluorescent lamps, sodium lamps, mercury lamps, or LED light, horizontal bands may appear on the LCD monitor. You may be able to improve the situation by adjusting the shutter speed. [27] How to Use Recording Changing the brightness manually for recording Adjusting the gain (ISO) The procedure to set the gain (ISO) is explained as follows. Adjust the gain (ISO) when you do not want to boost the gain using the AGC (Auto Gain Control). 1. Press the PROGRAM AE button to set the IRIS (aperture), gain (ISO), shutter speed and exposure to [Auto]. 2. Press the GAIN/ISO button to set the gain (ISO) to manual.

Each time you press the button, the setting switches between manual and auto. 3. Rotate the MANUAL dial to adjust the gain (ISO). To restore the setting to automatic adjustment Press the GAIN/ISO button again. appears next to the gain (ISO) value. At default, you can set in the range -3dB to +33dB. Hint When recording using [Smth Slw REC], the range of the gain (ISO) you can adjust manually changes to -3dB - +27dB. In photo recording mode, the setting displayed will change to ISO and the range you can adjust will be ISO160 - ISO12800. [28] How to Use Recording Changing the brightness manually for recording Adjusting the exposure The following is the procedure to adjust the exposure when [Exposure] is assigned to the MANUAL button (default setting). 1. Press the PROGRAM AE button to set the IRIS (aperture), gain (ISO), shutter speed and exposure to [Auto]. 2. Press the MANUAL button to set the exposure to manual. Each time you press the button, the setting switches between manual and auto. A: Setting value From left to right: IRIS (aperture), gain (ISO), shutter speed B: Setting status