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Shooting
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During shooting, there are limits on the settings for the following functions.
Sequential shooting/self-timer shooting/interval shooting/AE bracket shooting/image
stabilizer/fl ash bracketing/multiple exposure* etc.
* When an option other than [Off] is selected for [Live Bulb] or [Live Time] (P. 92)
[Image Stabilizer] turns off automatically.
Live composite photography (dark and light fi eld composite)
You can record a composite image from multiple shots while observing changes in
bright fl ashes of light, such as fi reworks and stars, without changing the brightness of
the background.
1
Set an exposure time to be the reference in [Composite Settings] (P. 92 ).
2
In M mode, set the shutter speed to [LIVECOMP].
When the shutter speed is set to [LIVECOMP], you can display the [Composite
Settings] by pressing the MENU button.
3
Press the shutter button once to prepare for shooting.
You can shoot when a message that indicates preparations are complete is displayed
in the monitor.
4
Press the shutter button.
Live composite shooting begins. A composite image is displayed after each reference
exposure time, allowing you to observe changes in light.
During composite shooting, the screen brightness changes automatically.
5
Press the shutter button to end shooting.
The maximum length of composite shooting is 3 hours. However, the available
shooting time will vary depending on shooting conditions, and charging state of the
camera.
There are limits on the available ISO sensitivity settings.
To reduce camera blur, mount the camera on a sturdy tripod and use a remote cable (P. 129 ).
During shooting, there are limits on the settings for the following functions.
Sequential shooting/self-timer shooting/interval shooting/AE bracket shooting/image
stabilizer/fl ash bracketing etc.
[Image Stabilizer] turns off automatically.
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