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

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

The flash range The

The flash range The range of the built-in flash depends on the ISO sensitivity and aperture value. Refer to the following table. Aperture F2.8 F4.0 F5.6 ISO setting 100 1 – 3.6 m (3.3 – 12 feet) 200 1 – 5.1 m (3.3 – 17 feet) 400 1.4 – 7.1 m (4.7 – 23 feet) 800 2 – 10 m (6.6 – 33 feet) 1 – 2.5 m (3.3 – 8.2 feet) 1 – 3.5 m (3.3 – 12 feet) 1 – 5 m (3.3 – 16 feet) 1.4 – 7.1 m (4.6 – 23 feet) 1 – 1.8 m (3.3 – 5.9 feet) 1 – 2.5 m (3.3 – 8.3 feet) 1 – 3.6 m (3.3 – 12 feet) 1 – 5.1 m (3.3 – 17 feet) The AF illuminator • AF illuminator does not operate when [Autofocus Mode] is set to (Continuous AF) or the subject is moving in (Automatic AF). (The or indicator lights.) • The AF illuminator may not operate with focal lengths of 300 mm or longer. • When an external flash (sold separately) that is equipped with an AF illuminator is attached, the AF illuminator of the external flash is used. • AF illuminator does not operate when [Smile Shutter] is set to [On]. To deactivate the AF illuminator MENU button t 2 t [AF Illuminator] t [Off] To use the red-eye reduction The red-eye reduction reduces the red-eye phenomenon by providing preflash (low-flash light) a few times before shooting when using the flash. MENU button t 1 t [Red Eye Reduction] t [On] 98

Performing wireless flash shooting With a flash that has a wireless shooting function (sold separately), you can shoot with the flash without a cord, even when the flash is not attached to the camera. By changing the position of the flash, you can shoot an image with a three dimensional feel by highlighting the contrast of light and shadow on the subject. For the actual steps of shooting, refer to the operating instructions of the flash. 1 Attach the wireless flash to the Auto-lock Accessory shoe and turn both the camera and the flash on. 2 Fn button t (Flash Mode) t (Wireless) 3 Remove the wireless flash from the Auto-lock Accessory shoe and pop up the built-in flash. • If you perform a test fire of the flash, press the AEL button. Notes • The camera cannot carry out the wireless lighting ratio control. • Turn off the wireless flash mode after wireless flash shooting. If the built-in flash is used while the wireless flash mode is still active, inaccurate flash exposures will result. • Change the channel of the external flash when another photographer is using a wireless flash nearby and his/her built-in flash light causes your external flash to fire. To change the channel of the external flash, refer to the operating instructions supplied with it. Using the shooting function Setup of the AEL button When using a wireless flash, it is recommended that you set [AEL button] to [AEL hold] in the Custom menu (page 150). 99