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Menu functions (Shooting menus)
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Processing options (Picture Mode)
You can make individual adjustments to contrast, sharpness and other parameters in
[Picture Mode] (P. 61 ) settings. Changes to each picture mode are stored separately.
1
Select [Picture Mode] in W Shooting Menu 1.
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Shooting Menu 1
Card Setup
Reset/Myset
Picture Mode
Image Aspect
Back Set
Digital Tele-converter Off
2
Select an option with FG and press z.
3
Press I to display settings for the selected option.
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Contrast Distinction between light and dark 
Sharpness Sharpness of the image 
Saturation Vividness of the color k
Gradation Adjust tone (gradation).

Auto
Divides the image into detailed
regions and adjusts the brightness
separately for each region. This is
effective for images with areas of
large contrast in which the whites
appear too bright or the blacks
appear too dark.
Normal Use [Normal] mode for general uses.
High Key Gradation for a bright subject.
Low Key Gradation for a dark subject.
Effect
(i-Enhance)
Sets the extent that the effect will be
applied. kk
Color Filter
(Monochrome)
Creates a black and white image.
The fi lter color is brightened and the
complementary color is darkened.
kk
N:None Creates a normal black and white
image.
Ye:Yellow Reproduces clearly defi ned white
cloud with natural blue sky.
Or:Orange Slightly emphasizes colors in blue
skies and sunsets.
R:Red
Strongly emphasizes colors in blue
skies and brightness of crimson
foliage.
G:Green Strongly emphasizes colors in red lips
and green leaves.
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