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

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

The power turns off

The power turns off suddenly. 180 • If you do not operate the camera for given period of time, the camera turns to power saving mode and nearly shuts down. To cancel the power save, operate the camera, such as pressing the shutter button halfway down (page 151). The CHARGE lamp flashes when charging the battery pack. • You can use an NP-FW50 battery pack only. Make sure that the battery is NP-FW50. • If you charge a battery pack that has not been used for a long time, the CHARGE lamp may flash. • The CHARGE lamp flashes in two ways, fast (about 0.15-second intervals) and slow (about 1.5-second intervals). If it is flashing fast, remove the battery pack and reattach the same battery pack securely. If the CHARGE lamp flashes fast again, it suggests that there is something wrong with the battery pack. Slow flashing indicates that charging is suspended because the ambient temperature is outside the suitable range for charging the battery pack. Charging will resume and the CHARGE lamp will be lit when the ambient temperature returns to within the suitable temperature. Charge the battery pack under the suitable temperatures between 10°C and 30°C (50°F and 86°F). Shooting images Nothing is displayed on the LCD monitor in viewfinder mode when the power is turned on. • If you do not operate the camera for given period of time, the camera turns to power saving mode and nearly shuts down. To cancel the power save, operate the camera, such as pressing the shutter button halfway down (page 151). The image is not clear in the viewfinder. • Adjust the diopter scale properly using the diopter-adjustment dial (page 29). No images in the viewfinder. • [FINDER/LCD Setting] is set to [Manual]. Press the FINDER/LCD button (page 39).

The shutter does not release. • You are using a memory card with a write-protect switch, and the switch is set to the LOCK position. Set the switch to the recording position. • Check the free capacity of the memory card (page 32). • You cannot record images while charging the built-in flash (page 96). • The shutter cannot be released when the subject is out of focus. • The lens is not attached properly. Attach the lens properly (page 26). • When the camera is attached to another device, such as an astronomical telescope, set [Release w/oLens] to [Enable] (page 151). • The subject may require special focusing (page 86). Use the focus-lock or manual focus function (pages 87, 90). Recording takes a long time. • The noise reduction function is turned on (page 149). This is not a malfunction. • You are shooting in RAW mode (page 143). Since the RAW data file is large, the RAW mode shooting may take time. • The Auto HDR is processing an image (page 107). The same image is shot several times. • The drive mode is set to [Continuous adv.] or [Bracket: Cont.]. Set it to [Single-shot Adv.] (page 116). • The exposure mode is set to Continuous Advance Priority AE (page 69). • The exposure mode is set to AUTO+ and [Auto+ Image Extract.] is set to [Off] (page 62). The image is out of focus. • The subject is too close. Check the minimum focal distance of the lens. • You are shooting in manual focus mode, set the focus mode switch to AF (autofocus) (page 85). • When the focus mode switch is equipped with the lens, set it to AF. • Ambient light is insufficient. Others Eye-Start AF does not work. • Set [Eye-Start AF] to [On] (page 39). • Press the shutter button halfway down. 181