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Shooting
2
Changing the brightness of highlights and shadows
Press the F button (F) and press the INFO button to
display the Highlight & Shadow Control menu. Use HI to
choose a tone level. Choose “low” to darken shadows or
“high” to brighten highlights.
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Exposure
compensation
Low tone High tone
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Choosing how the camera measures brightness (metering)
Choose how the camera meters subject brightness.
1
Press the z button to display
the live control, and select the
metering item using FG.
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ESP
HIHI SHSH
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ISO
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Metering
2
Select an option with HI and press the z button.
pDigital ESP
metering
The camera meters exposure in 324 areas of the frame and
optimizes exposure for the current scene or (if an option other
than [OFF] is selected for [I Face Priority]) portrait subject.
This mode is recommended for general use.
H
Center weighted
averaging
metering
This metering mode provides the average
metering between the subject and the
background lighting, placing more weight on
the subject at the center.
ISpot metering
Choose this option to meter a small area
(about 2% of the frame) with the camera
pointed at the object you wish to meter.
Exposure will be adjusted according to the
brightness at the metered point.
IHI Spot metering -
highlight
Increases spot metering exposure. Ensures bright subjects
appear bright.
ISH Spot metering -
shadow
Lowers spot metering exposure. Ensures dark subjects appear
dark.
3
Press the shutter button halfway.
Normally, the camera will start metering when the shutter button is pressed halfway
and lock exposure while the shutter button is held in this position.
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