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

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

(Portrait) (Sports

(Portrait) (Sports Action) (Macro) (Landscape) (Sunset) Blurs away backgrounds and sharpens the subject. Expresses skin tones softly. • To blur the background more, set the lens to the telephoto position. • You can shoot a vivid image by focusing on the eye that is closer to the lens. • Use the lens hood (sold separately) to shoot backlit subjects. • Use the red-eye reduction function if the eyes of your subject turn red from the flash (page 98). Shoots a moving subject at a fast shutter speed so that the subject looks as if it is standing still. The camera shoots images continuously while the shutter button is pressed. • Press and hold the shutter button halfway down until the right moment. Shoots close subjects such as flowers, foods. • You can shoot a closer subject using a macro lens (sold separately). • Set the flash mode to [Flash Off] when you shoot a subject within 1 m (3.3 feet). • When shooting in macro mode, the SteadyShot function will not be fully effective. Use a tripod to achieve better results. • The shortest focal distance does not change. Shoots the entire range of scenery in sharp focus with vivid colors. • To accentuate the openness of the scenery, set the lens to wide angle. Shoots the red of the sunrise or sunset beautifully. (Night View) Shoots night scenes at a distance without losing the dark atmosphere of the surroundings. • The shutter speed is slower, so using a tripod is recommended. • The picture may not be taken properly when shooting a wholly dark night scene. 64

(Hand-held Twilight) (Night Portrait) Shoots night scenes with less noise and blur without using a tripod. A burst of shots are taken, and image processing is applied to reduce subject blur, camera shake, and noise. • Reducing blur is less effective even in [Hand-held Twilight] when shooting: – Subjects with erratic movement – Subjects are too close to the camera – Subjects with a repeating pattern such as tiles, and subjects with little contrast such as sky, sandy beach, or lawn – Subjects with constant change such as waves or water falls • In the case of [Hand-held Twilight], block noise may occur when using a light source that flickers, such as fluorescent lighting. Shoots portraits in night scenes. • The shutter speed is slower, so using a tripod is recommended. Shooting images Shooting technique • When you want finer images, set the mode dial to P, A, S, or M and use the creative style function (page 110). In such cases, you can adjust the exposure, ISO, etc. Notes • Since the camera judges the settings automatically, many features will be unavailable, such as exposure compensation, ISO setting. • The flash is set to [Autoflash] or [Flash Off] for each Scene Selection mode. You can change these settings (page 96). 65