Menu functions (Shooting menus)
Taking HDR (High Dynamic Range) images
The camera shoots several images and automatically combines them into an HDR
image. You can also shoot several images and perform HDR imaging on a computer
(HDR bracketing photography). In mode M, exposure can be adjusted as desired for
Select [HDR] in X Shooting Menu 2 and press z.oj/Y
Shooting Menu 2
# RC Mode
Intrvl. Sh./Time Lapse
Select a type of HDR photography and press the z button.
HDR1 Four shots are taken, each with a different exposure, and the shots
are combined into one HDR image inside the camera.
HDR2 provides a more impressive image than HDR1. ISO sensitivity
is ﬁ xed to 200. Also, the slowest available shutter speed is 1 second
and the longest available exposure is 4 seconds.
3F 2.0EV HDR bracketing is performed. Select the number of images and the
HDR imaging processing is not performed.
• When you press the shutter button, the camera automatically shoots the set number
• If you assign HDR to a button using the [Button Function] (P. 98), you can press the
button to call up the HDR shooting screen.
• If you shoot with a slower shutter speed, there may be more noticeable noise.
• Attach the camera to a tripod or other stabilizing item and then shoot.
• The image displayed on the monitor or in the viewﬁ nder while shooting will differ from the
• In the case of [HDR1] and [HDR2], the HDR-processed image will be saved as a JPEG
ﬁ le. When the image quality mode is set to [RAW], the image is recorded in RAW+JPEG.
RAW images are recorded with an exposure of –0.5 EV.
• If set to [HDR1]/[HDR2], the picture mode is ﬁ xed to [Natural] and the color setting is ﬁ xed
to [sRGB]. [Full-time AF] does not operate.
• Flash photography, bracketing, multiple exposure and time lapse shooting cannot be used
at the same time as HDR photography.