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59
EN
Shooting
2
4
Select an option with HI and press the z button.
The options available and the order in which they are displayed vary depending on
the shooting mode. g “Flash modes that can be set by shooting mode” (P. 59)
AUTO Auto fl ash The fl ash fi res automatically in low light or
backlight conditions.
#Fill-in fl ash The fl ash fi res regardless of the light conditions.
$Flash off The fl ash does not fi re.
!/#!Red-eye reduction fl ash
This function allows you to reduce the red-eye
phenomenon. In S and M modes, the fl ash
always fi res.
#SLOW Slow synchronization
(1st curtain)
Slow shutter speeds are used to brighten dimly-lit
backgrounds.
!SLOW
Slow synchronization
(1st curtain)/Red-eye
reduction fl ash
Combines slow synchronization with red-eye
reduction.
#SLOW2/
2nd
Curtain
Slow synchronization
(2nd curtain)
The fl ash fi res just before the
shutter closes to create trails
of light behind moving light
sources.
#FULL,
#1/4 etc. Manual
For users who prefer manual operation. If you
press the INFO button, you can use the dial to
adjust the fl ash level.
• In [!/#!(Red-eye reduction fl ash)], after the pre-fl ashes, it takes about 1 second
before the shutter is released. Do not move the camera until shooting is complete.
• [!/#!(Red-eye reduction fl ash)] may not work effectively under some shooting
conditions.
• When the ash fi res, the shutter speed is set to 1/250 sec. or slower. When shooting
a subject against a bright background with the fi ll-in fl ash, the background may be
overexposed.
Flash modes that can be set by shooting mode
Shooting
mode
LV super
control
panel
Flash mode Flash
timing
Conditions for
ring the fl ash
Shutter
speed
limit
P/A
#AUTO Auto fl ash
1st
curtain
Fires automatically
in dark/backlit
conditions
1/30 sec. –
1/250 sec.*
!Auto fl ash
(red-eye reduction)
#Fill-in fl ash Always fi res 30 sec. –
1/250 sec.*
$Flash off kk k
!
SLOW
Slow synchronization
(red-eye reduction) 1st
curtain Fires automatically
in dark/backlit
conditions
60 sec. –
1/250 sec.*
#SLOW Slow synchronization
(1st curtain)
#
SLOW2
Slow synchronization
(2nd curtain)
2nd
curtain
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