Camera shake
“Taking pictures without camera shake”
Taking pictures using N (p. 14)
Shooting movies using [IS Movie Mode]
(p. 31)
Select [C Sport] in the scene mode (p. 13)
The [C Sport] mode uses a fast shutter speed
and can reduce the blur incurred by a moving
Taking pictures at a high ISO sensitivity
If a high ISO sensitivity is selected, pictures
can be taken at a high shutter speed even at
locations where a fl ash cannot be used.
“ISO sensitivity” (p. 24)
Exposure (brightness)
“Taking pictures with the right brightness”
Taking pictures using [Face/iESP] (p. 28)
Appropriate exposure is obtained for a face
against backlight, and the face is brightened.
Taking pictures using [Fill In] (p. 24) fl ash
A subject against backlight is brightened.
Taking pictures of a white beach or snow
Select [q Beach & Snow] in the scene mode
(p. 13).
Taking pictures using exposure
compensation (p. 24)
Adjust the brightness while viewing the screen
for taking the picture. Normally, taking pictures
of white subjects (such as snow) results in
images that are darker than the actual subject.
Use the exposure compensation to adjust in
the positive (+) direction to express whites as
they appear. When taking pictures of black
subjects, on the other hand, it is effective to
adjust in the negative (-) direction.
Color hue
“Taking pictures with colors at the same shade as
they appear”
Taking pictures by selecting white balance
(p. 24)
Best results in most environments can
normally be obtained with the [WB Auto]
setting, but for some subjects, you should try
experimenting with different settings. (This
is especially true for sunshade under a clear
sky, mixed natural and artifi cial light settings,
and so on.)
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