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

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

Flash Compensation

Flash Compensation Adjusts the amount of flash light in 1/3 EV steps in a range of –2.0 EV to +2.0 EV. Flash compensation changes the amount of flash light only. Exposure compensation changes the amount of flash light along with the change of the shutter speed and aperture. 1 Attach the flash and raise it. 2 [Menu] t [Brightness/Color] t [Flash Compensation] t desired value. Selecting higher values (+ side) makes the flash level higher and images brighter. Selecting lower values (– side) makes the flash level lower and images darker. Notes • You cannot use [Flash Compensation] with the following functions: – [Intelligent Auto] – [Scene Selection] – [Picture Effect] – [Anti Motion Blur] – [Sweep Panorama] – [3D Sweep Panorama] – when no flash is attached • The higher flash effect may not be visible due to the limited amount of flash light available, if the subject is outside the maximum range of the flash. If the subject is very close, the lower flash effect may not be visible. z Tips to adjust the brightness when shooting people • It is important to balance the brightness of people against the dark background in night portraits. You can adjust the brightness of people near the camera by changing the flash light intensity. • If the subject is too far for the flash and still too dark after adjustment, move closer to your subject. Table of contents Sample photo search Menu search Index 80 GB

DRO/Auto HDR Corrects the brightness or contrast. 1 [Menu] t [Brightness/Color] t [DRO/Auto HDR] t desired mode. Note (Off) (D-Range Opt.) (Auto HDR) • You can select [DRO/Auto HDR] only in the following modes: – [Manual Exposure] – [Shutter Priority] – [Aperture Priority] – [Program Auto] D-Range Opt. Does not use [DRO/Auto HDR]. By dividing the image into small areas, the camera analyzes the contrast of light and shadow between the subject and the background, producing the image with the optimal brightness and gradation. Shoots three images with different exposures, and then overlays the bright area of the under exposed image and the dark area of the over exposed image to create an image with rich gradation. One image with proper exposure and one overlaid image are recorded. Table of contents Sample photo search Menu search Index Corrects the brightness of the image (DRO: Dynamic Range Optimizer). 1 [Menu] t [Brightness/Color] t [DRO/Auto HDR] t [D-Range Opt.]. 2 [Option] t desired value. (Auto) Lv1 – Lv5 Corrects the brightness automatically. Optimizes the gradations of a recorded image in each area of the image. Select the optimal level between Lv1 (weak) and Lv5 (strong). Notes • [Auto] is selected when using the following functions: – [Intelligent Auto] – [Portrait], [Landscape], [Macro], [Sports Action] in [Scene Selection] – [Picture Effect] • When shooting with the D-Range optimizer, the image may be noisy. Select the proper level by checking the recorded image, especially when you enhance the effect. Continued r 81 GB