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Sony NEX-C3A - NEX-C3A Consignes d’utilisation Anglais

Sony NEX-C3A - NEX-C3A Consignes d’utilisation Anglais

Flash Mode In a dark

Flash Mode In a dark location, using the flash allows you to shoot the subject brightly, and it also helps to prevent camera shake. When shooting into the sun, you can use the flash to shoot a bright image of the backlit subject. Table of contents 1 Attach the flash and raise it. 2 [Menu] t [Camera] t [Flash Mode] t desired mode. (Flash Off) (Autoflash) (Fill-flash) Notes (Slow Sync.) (Rear Sync.) Does not fire even if the flash is raised. Fires if it is dark or against light. Fires every time you trigger the shutter. Fires every time you trigger the shutter. Slow sync shooting allows you to shoot a clear image of both the subject and the background by slowing the shutter speed. Fires right before the exposure is completed every time you trigger the shutter. Rear sync shooting allows you to shoot a natural image of the trail of a moving subject such as a moving bicycle or a walking person. • The default setting depends on the shooting mode. • Available flash mode depends on the shooting mode. • You cannot use the flash when recording movies. Sample photo search Menu search Index z Tips on shooting with the flash • The lens hood may block the light of the flash. Remove the lens hood when using the flash. • When using the flash, shoot the subject at a distance of 1 m (3.3 feet) or greater. • When shooting a backlit subject, select [Fill-flash]. The flash will operate even in bright daylight, and make faces come out brighter. 60 GB

AF/MF Select Selects auto focusing or manual focusing. 1 [Menu] t [Camera] t [AF/MF Select] t desired mode. Note (Autofocus) (DMF) (Manualfocus) Focuses automatically. After focusing automatically, make fine focus adjustment manually (Direct Manual Focus). Adjusts the focus manually. Turn the focusing ring right or left to make the subject look clearer. • If you turn the focusing ring when [Manualfocus] or [DMF] is selected, the image is enlarged automatically to enable you to check focus area easier. You can prevent the image from being enlarged by selecting [Menu] t [Setup] t [MF Assist] t [Off]. z Using manual focusing effectively “Focus fixing” is convenient when you can predict the distance to the subject. With “Focus fixing,” you can fix the focus in advance to the distance at which the subject is to pass. Table of contents Sample photo search Menu search Index z To measure the exact distance to the subject The mark shows the location of the image sensor*. When you measure the exact distance between the camera and the subject, refer to the position of the horizontal line. The distance from the lens contact surface to the image sensor is about 18 mm (23/32 in.). * The image sensor is the part of the camera that acts as the film. • If the subject is closer than the minimum shooting distance of the attached lens, the focus cannot be confirmed. Make sure you put enough distance between the subject and the camera. 18 mm (23/32 in.) Bottom Continued r 61 GB