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

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

3 Press the shutter

3 Press the shutter button halfway down to check the focus and shoot the image. • When the focus is confirmed, the focus indicator changes to z or (below). • The AF area where the focus has been confirmed turns green. AF area Focus indicator Shooting technique • To select the AF area used for focusing, set up [AF area] (page 89). Focus indicator Focus indicator z lit lit lit z flashing Status Focus locked. Ready to shoot. Focus is confirmed. Focal point moves following a moving subject. Ready to shoot. Still focusing. You cannot release the shutter. Cannot focus. The shutter is locked. Subjects that may require special focusing Using the autofocus, it is hard to focus on the following subjects. In such cases, use the focus lock shooting feature (page 87) or manual focus (page 90). • A subject that is low in contrast, such as blue sky or a white wall. • Two subjects at different distances overlapping in the AF area. • A subject that is composed of repeating patterns, such as the facade of a building. • A subject that is very bright or glittering, such as the sun, the body of an automobile, or the surface of water. • Ambient light is not sufficient. 86

To measure the exact distance to the subject The mark located on the top of the camera shows the location of the image sensor*. When you measure the exact distance between the camera and the subject, refer to the position of the horizontal line. * The image sensor is the part of the camera that acts as the film. Note • If the subject is closer than the minimum shooting distance of the attached lens, the focus cannot be confirmed. Make sure you put enough distance between the subject and the camera. Shooting with your desired composition (Focus-lock) 1 Place the subject within the AF area and press the shutter button halfway down. The focus and exposure are fixed. Using the shooting function 2 Keep the shutter button halfway down, and put the subject back in the original position to recompose the shot. 3 Press the shutter button fully down to take the picture. 87