Loading...
31
EN
Shooting
2
Choosing aperture (A aperture-priority mode)
Mode A is a shooting mode where you choose the aperture and let the camera
automatically adjust to the appropriate shutter speed. Rotate the mode dial to A and
then use the control dial (P) to select an aperture value.
Larger apertures (lower F-numbers) decrease depth of fi eld (the area in front of or
behind the focus point that appears to be in focus), softening background details.
Smaller apertures (higher F-numbers) increase depth of fi eld.
Aperture value
250250 F5.6 01:02:03
01:02:03
3838
L
N
A
0.00.0
ISO
400
S-IS AUTO
S-IS AUTO
Wi-Fi
FHD
F
After pressing the F button (F), you can also use FG to choose the aperture.
Setting the aperture value
Decreasing aperture value  Increasing aperture value
F2.8 F4.0 F5.6 F8.0 F11
The shutter speed display will blink if the camera is unable to achieve correct
exposure.
Warning display
example (blinking) Status Action
60"60" F5.6F5.6
The subject is
underexposed. Decrease the aperture value.
40004000 F5.6F5.6
The subject is
overexposed.
Increase the aperture value.
If the warning display does not disappear,
the metered range of the camera is
exceeded. A commercially available ND
fi 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.
Loading...
Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | DMCA Policy
2006-2020 Rsmanuals.com