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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

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1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Manual Settings] - [Exposure] - desired setting. Descriptions of menu items Auto (default setting): The exposure is adjusted automatically. Manual: Select if the subject is white or the backlight is bright, or select if the subject is black or the light is dim. [95] How to Use Menu operations Camera/Mic Focus You can adjust the focus manually. You can select this function also when you want to focus on a certain subject intentionally. 1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Manual Settings] - [Focus] - desired setting. Descriptions of menu items Auto (default setting): The focus is adjusted automatically. Manual : appears. Adjust the focus using (nearby subject) or (distant subject). appears when the focus cannot be adjusted any closer, and appears when the focus cannot be adjusted farther away. Note The minimum possible distance between this product and subject while maintaining sharp focus is about 1 cm (about 13/32 in.) for wide angle and about 100 cm (about 39 3/8 in.) for telephoto. Hint It is easier to focus on the subject by moving the power zoom lever towards T (telephoto) to adjust the focus, then towards W (wide angle) to adjust the zoom for recording. When you want to record a subject at close range, move the power zoom lever to W (wide angle), then adjust the focus.

This product displays the focal distance information for a few seconds when [Focus] is set to [Manual] or when you set the focus manually. You can use this information as a guide when the subject is dark and focus adjustment is difficult. [96] How to Use Menu operations Camera/Mic AGC Limit You can select the upper limit for the AGC (Auto Gain Control). 1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Manual Settings] - [AGC Limit] - desired setting. Descriptions of menu items Off (default setting): The gain is automatically adjusted. 24dB/21dB/18dB/15dB/12dB/9dB/6dB/3dB/0dB ( ): The gain is automatically adjusted up to the selected limit. Note At a higher gain, the brightness becomes more appropriate in dim scenes, but the noise increases. At a lower gain, the noise decreases, but the shutter speed becomes slower to compensate for the lack of brightness, causing camera shake or subject blur. [97] How to Use Menu operations Camera/Mic AE Shift You can adjust the exposure according to your preference. 1. - [Camera/Mic] - [ Manual Settings] - [AE Shift] - desired setting. Descriptions of menu items Off (default setting): The exposure is adjusted automatically. On (Adjusted number and EV): Adjust the automatic exposure level using when the subject is white or the background