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

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

Fn button t setting

Fn button t setting Toward +: Makes the flash level higher. Toward –: Makes the flash level lower. (Flash Compensation) t Select the desired Notes • This item cannot be set when the exposure mode is set to AUTO, AUTO+, Sweep Panorama, or Scene Selection. • The higher flash effect may not be visible due to the limited amount of flash light, 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. Exposure compensation and flash compensation Exposure compensation changes the shutter speed, aperture, and ISO sensitivity (when [AUTO] is selected) to perform the compensation. Flash compensation only changes the amount of flash light. Selecting the flash control mode to set the amount of flash light (Flash control) MENU button t 2 t [Flash control] t Select the desired setting ADI flash This method controls the lighting of the flash, factoring in the focus distance information and light metering data from the pre-flash. This method enables an accurate flash compensation with virtually no effect from the reflection off the subject. Pre-flash TTL This method controls the amount of flash light depending on the data only from pre-flash light metering. This method is susceptible to the reflection off the subject. ADI: Advanced Distance Integration TTL: Through the lens • When [ADI flash] is selected, using a lens that is provided with a distance encoder feature can perform more accurate flash compensation by using more accurate distance information. 104

Notes • When the distance between the subject and the external flash (sold separately) cannot be determined (wireless flash shooting using an external flash (sold separately), shooting with an off-camera flash using a cable, shooting with a macro twin flash, etc.), the camera automatically selects Pre-flash TTL mode. • Select [Pre-flash TTL] in the following cases, as the camera cannot perform flash compensations with ADI flash. – A wide panel is attached to the HVL-F36AM flash. – A diffuser is used for flash shooting. – A filter with an exposure factor, such as an ND filter, is used. – A close-up lens is used. • ADI flash is only available in combination with a lens that is provided with a distance encoder. To determine if the lens is equipped with a distance encoder, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the lens. Selecting the method for measuring the brightness of a subject (Metering Mode) Fn button t (Metering Mode) t Select the desired mode (Multi segment) This mode measures light on each area after dividing the total area into multiple areas and determines the proper exposure of the entire screen. (Center weighted) While emphasizing the central area of the screen, this mode measures the average brightness of the entire screen. (Spot) This mode measures light only in the spot metering circle located in the center area. Using the shooting function Shooting techniques • Use [Multi segment] metering for general shooting. • When there is a high contrast subject in the AF area, measure the light of the subject you want to shoot with the optimal exposure using the spot metering function and take advantage of an AE lock shooting (page 100). Note • When the exposure mode is set to AUTO, AUTO+, or Scene Selection, [Metering Mode] is fixed to [Multi segment] and you cannot select other modes. 105