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

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

GPS

GPS (SLT-A55V only) This system allows you to pinpoint your exact location on the earth. The GPS satellites are located in 6 orbits, 20,000 km above the earth. The GPS system consists of 24 or more GPS satellites. A GPS receiver receives radio signals from the satellites, and calculates the current location of the receiver based on the orbital information (almanac data) and travel time of the signals, etc. Determining a location is called “triangulating.” A GPS receiver can determine the location’s latitude and longitude by receiving signals from 3 or more satellites. • As the positions of GPS satellites vary constantly, it may take longer to determine the location or the receiver may not be able to determine the location at all, depending on the location and time you use the camera. • “GPS” is a system for determining geographic location by triangulating radio signals from GPS satellites. Avoid using the camera in places where radio signals are blocked or reflected, such as a shadowy place surrounded by buildings or trees, etc. Use the camera in open sky environments. • You may not be able to record location information at locations or in situations where radio signals from the GPS satellites do not reach the camera as follows. – In tunnels, indoors or under the shade of buildings. – Between tall buildings or at narrow streets surrounded by buildings. – In underground locations, locations surrounded by dense trees, under an elevated bridge, or in locations where magnetic fields are generated, such as near high voltage cables. – Near devices that generate radio signals of the same frequency band as the camera: near 1.5 GHz band mobile telephones, etc. On triangulating errors • If you move to another location right after turning on the camera, it may take a longer time for the camera to start triangulating, compared to when you stay in the same place. • If triangulating fails, previouslytriangulated location information may be written onto the image in the camera. • Error caused by the position of GPS satellites The camera automatically triangulates your current location when the camera receives radio signals from 3 or more GPS satellites. The triangulating error allowed by the GPS satellites is about 30 m (98 feet). Depending on the environment of the location, the triangulating error can be greater. In this case, your actual location may 196

not match the location on the map based on the GPS information. Meanwhile, the GPS satellites are controlled by the United States Department of Defense, and the degree of accuracy may be changed intentionally. • Error during the triangulating process The camera acquires location information every about 15 seconds during triangulating. There is a slight time difference between when the location information is acquired and when the location information is recorded on an image, therefore, the actual recording location may not match exactly the location on the map based on the GPS information. On the restriction of use of GPS on an airplane During take off and landing of an airplane, turn off the camera, as you will be instructed to do by the onboard announcement. Others On the other restriction Use GPS in accordance with the regulations of the place or situation. On the geographic coordinate system The “WGS-84” geographic coordinate system is used. 197

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    Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera

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    For Customers in Europe Hereby, Son

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    Notes on using your camera Shooting

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    Table of Contents Preparing the cam

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    Using brightness compensation for t

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    Preparing the camera Checking the a

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    Rear side Preparing the camera A Mi

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    Sides/Bottom A REMOTE terminal •

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    Notes • The charging time differs

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    Available memory cards • Only “

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    Effective use of the battery pack

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    Notes on the “Memory Stick” med

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    To remove the lens 1 Press the lens

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    5 Repeat step 4 to set other items,

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    Removing the eyecup When attaching

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    SLT-A33 (Units: Images) Capacity Si

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    Cleaning Cleaning the camera • Do

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    4 Select [Enter] with v, and press

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    Before your operation Screen indica

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    Recording information display (For

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    Display Indication GPS triangulatin

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    Selecting a function with the Fn (F

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    Custom menu Eye-Start AF (39) FINDE

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    Memory Card Tool menu Format (146)

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    Shooting images Adjusting the angle

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    Point 3 Lightly tuck your elbows ag

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    Shooting with the automatic setting

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    Shooting with the settings that the

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    Shooting continuously at high speed

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    Shooting with program auto This mod

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    Shooting a moving subject with vari

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    Shooting with the exposure adjusted

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    Shooting trails with long exposure

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    Recording movies 1 Press the MOVIE

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    MENU button t 1 t [Movie: Audio Rec

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    Checking the focus by enlarging the

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    Detecting faces Using the Face Dete

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    Performing wireless flash shooting

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    Notes • When the distance between

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    Compensating for the brightness and

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    (Contrast), (Saturation), and (Shar

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    AWB (Auto WB) (Daylight) (Shade) (C

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    Note • The message “Custom WB e

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    The maximum number of continuous sh

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    The EV scale in bracket shooting Am

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    Using the viewing function Playing

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    To select the date of movies to be

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    Switching to the display of the ima

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    Checking the information of recorde

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    Histogram display A Display Indicat

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    Protecting images (Protect) You can

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    4 Press the MENU button. 5 Select [

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    To use your camera abroad When you

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    • Use GPS in accordance with the

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    Setting image size and image qualit

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    Note • A telephoto image results

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