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

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

To cancel the self-timer

To cancel the self-timer Press on the control button. Shooting images with the exposure shifted (Exposure bracket) Base exposure – direction + direction Bracket shooting allows you to shoot several images, each with different degrees of exposure. Specify the value of deviation (steps) from the base exposure, and the camera shoots three images while automatically shifting the exposure. Press and hold the shutter button until the shooting stops. When the flash is fired, flash bracket shooting is used to shift the amount of flash light. To shoot, press the shutter button shot by shot. 1 on the control button t (Bracket: Cont.) t Select the desired bracket step 2 Adjust the focus and shoot the subject. The base exposure is set at the first shot in the bracket. • Press and hold the shutter button until recording stops. In flash bracket shooting, press the shutter button three times. Notes • When the mode dial is set to M, the exposure is shifted by adjusting the shutter speed. • When you adjust the exposure, the exposure is shifted based on the compensated value. • The bracket cannot be used when the exposure mode is set to AUTO, AUTO+, Sweep Panorama, or Scene Selection. 118

The EV scale in bracket shooting Ambient light* bracket 0.3 steps, three shots Exposure compensation 0 Flash bracket 0.7 steps, three shots Flash compensation –1.0 LCD monitor/ Viewfinder LCD monitor (When [Display Rec. Data] is set to [For viewfinder]) Shown in the top row. Shown in the bottom row. * Ambient light: Any light other than the flash light that shines on the scene for an extended period of time, such as natural light, a light bulb, or a fluorescent light. • In bracket shooting, the same number of indices as the number of recordable images is displayed on the EV scale. • When the bracket shooting starts, the indices that indicate already recorded images start to disappear one by one. Shooting with white balance shifted (WB bracket) Based on the selected white balance, and the color temperature/color filter, three images are recorded with the white balance shifted. 1 on the control button t (WB bracket) t Select the desired setting • When Lo is selected, it is shifted by 10 mired*, and when Hi is selected, it is shifted by 20 mired. Using the shooting function 2 Adjust the focus and shoot the subject. * Mired: a unit to indicate the color conversion quality in color temperature filters. 119