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

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

Changing your setup GPS

Changing your setup GPS setting (SLT-A55V only) If the camera has acquired location information using the built-in GPS feature, this information is recorded in the images or movies at that location. Using the supplied software “PMB,” you can import images recorded with location information to a computer and enjoy viewing them with a map which shows their shooting location. See “PMB Help” for details. MENU button t 1 t [GPS Settings] t [GPS On/Off] t [On] The indicator changes according to the strength of GPS signal reception. GPS indicators No indicator GPS reception status [GPS On/Off] is set to [Off]. Your camera cannot record the location information. Use your camera in an open area. Calculating the location information. Wait until the location information is recordable. The last acquired location information will be recorded. To record the correct location information, use your camera in an open area. The current location information is recordable. There is a problem with the GPS feature. Turn the camera off and on. To receive a GPS signal • Proper triangulation is not possible indoors or near tall buildings. Use your camera in an open area outside, and turn on your camera again. • It may take several tens of seconds to several minutes to acquire the location information. You can shorten the positioning time by using GPS assist data. Notes • Right after you turn the camera on, it may take several tens of seconds to several minutes to acquire the location information. If the information cannot be acquired, previously-triangulated location information is used in the present location instead. If you are away from the location where you previously turned the camera off, the location information may have a considerable margin of error. To record the correct information, wait until the camera can receive radio signals from GPS satellites. • During take off and landing of an airplane, turn off the camera, as you will be instructed to do by the on-board announcement. 138

• Use GPS in accordance with the regulations of the place or situation. • For detailed notes on the GPS feature, see page 196. Shortening the time needed for the GPS to acquire location information (GPS assist data) The time for the GPS acquiring location information can be shortened by taking in GPS assist data. If the camera connects to the computer that the supplied “PMB” software has been installed, the GPS assist data can be updated automatically. To check the state of GPS assist data MENU button t Data] 1 t [GPS Settings] t [Use GPS Assist To delete GPS assist data MENU button t Data] 1 t [GPS Settings] t [Delete GPS Ass. Notes • The computer is required to connect to the Internet when updating data. • If the term of validity of assist data has run out, the time until you can record location information cannot be shortened. It is recommended that you update the assist data regularly. The expiration date of the assist data is about 30 days. • If [Date/Time Setup] is not set, or set time is shifted greatly, the time for the GPS acquiring location information cannot be shortened. • The assist data service may be closed for various reasons. Changing your setup To update the GPS assist data by inserting a memory card into the computer Start up [GPS Support Tool] from (PMB Launcher), select the memory card drive from your computer, and then update the GPS assist data. Insert the memory card that has been updated into the camera. 139