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Sony SLT-A33 - SLT-A33 Consignes d’utilisation Anglais

Sony SLT-A33 - SLT-A33 Consignes d’utilisation Anglais

Adjusting the brightness

Adjusting the brightness of the image (Exposure, Flash compensation, Metering) Shooting with fixed brightness (AE Lock) When shooting into the sun or by a window, the exposure may not be appropriate for the subject because of the big difference in lighting between the subject and the background. In such cases, use the light meter where the subject is bright enough and lock the exposure before shooting. To reduce the brightness of the subject, point the camera forwards a spot that is brighter than the subject and use the light meter to lock the exposure of the entire image. To make the subject brighter, point the camera forwards a spot that is darker than the subject and use the light meter to lock the exposure of the entire image. This section describes how to shoot a brighter image of the subject using the (Spot). The spot where you lock the exposure. 1 Fn button t (Metering Mode) t (Spot) 2 Adjust the focus on the portion you want to lock the exposure. The exposure is set when the focus is achieved. 100

3 Press the AEL button to lock the exposure. (AE lock mark) appears. AEL button 4 While pressing the AEL button, focus on the subject, and shoot the subject. • If you continue to shoot with the same exposure value, press and hold the AEL button after the shooting. The setting is canceled when the button is released. Using brightness compensation for the entire image (Exposure compensation) Except for exposure mode M, the exposure is automatically selected (Automatic exposure). Based on the exposure acquired by the automatic exposure, you can perform exposure compensation by shifting the exposure to either the + side or the – side, depending on your preference. You can make the entire image brighter by shifting to the + side. The entire image becomes darker when you shift it to the – side. Using the shooting function Adjust in the – direction Base exposure Adjust in the + direction 101