Menu functions (Shooting menus)
Varying settings over a series of photographs (bracketing)
“Bracketing” refers to the act of varying settings automatically over a series of shots
or a series of images to “bracket” the current value. You can store bracket shooting
settings and turn bracket shooting off.
Select [Bracketing] in X Shooting Menu 2 and
Shooting Menu 2
# RC Mode
Intrvl. Sh./Time Lapse
After selecting [On], press I and select a bracket
Press I, select settings for parameters such as the number of shots, and
then press the z button.
• Continue to press the z button until you return to the screen in step 1.
• If you select [Off] in step 2, bracket shooting settings will be saved and you can shoot
• When you select bracket shooting, t appears on the screen.
• Cannot be used during HDR photography.
• Cannot be used at the same time as time lapse shooting.
• You cannot shoot during bracket shooting if there is not enough space on the camera’s
memory card for the selected number of frames.
• You can switch the bracket shooting [On] or [Off] using the button assigned with [Button
Function] (P. 98).
AE BKT (AE bracketing)
The camera varies the exposure of each shot. The modiﬁ cation amount can be selected from
0.3 EV, 0.7 EV, or 1.0 EV. In single-frame shooting mode, one photograph is taken each time
the shutter button is pressed all the way down, while in sequential shooting mode the camera
continues to take shots in the following order while the shutter button is pressed all the way
down: no modiﬁ cation, negative, positive. Number of shots: 2, 3, 5, or 7
• The t indicator turns green during bracketing.
• The camera modiﬁ es exposure by varying aperture and
shutter speed (mode P), shutter speed (modes A and M),
or aperture (mode S).
• The camera brackets the value currently selected for
• The size of the bracketing increment changes with the value
selected for [EV Step]. g “EV Step” (P. 91)