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Shooting
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Letting the camera choose aperture and shutter speed
(P program mode)
P mode is a shooting mode where the camera automatically sets the optimal aperture
and shutter speed according to subject brightness. Set the mode dial to P.
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01:02:03
3838
L
N
P
ISO-A
200
0.00.0
S-IS AUTO
Wi-Fi
FHD
F
Shooting mode
Shutter speed
Aperture value
The shutter speed and aperture selected by the camera are displayed.
The shutter speed and aperture displays will blink if the camera is unable to achieve
correct exposure.
Warning display
example (blinking) Status Action
60"60" F2.8F2.8
The subject is too
dark. • Use the fl ash.
40004000 F22F22
The subject is too
bright.
The metered range of the camera is
exceeded. A commercially available ND
lter (for adjusting the amount of light) is
required.
The aperture value at the moment when its indication blinks varies with the lens type and
focal length of the lens.
Program shift (%)
In P and ART modes, you can choose different
combinations of aperture value and shutter speed without
altering exposure. Press F button (F), then rotate the
control dial (P) or press FG to set program shift so that
s” appears next to the shooting mode. To cancel program
shift, press FG until “s” is no longer displayed.
Program shift is not available when you are using a
ash or SCN mode.
250250 F5.6 01:02:03
01:02:03
3838
L
N
ISO-A
200
0.00.0
S-IS AUTO
S-IS AUTO
P
s
Wi-Fi
FHD
F
Program shift
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