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Menu functions (Shooting menus)
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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
HDR photography.
1
Select [HDR] in X Shooting Menu 2 and press z.oj/Y
2
1
Shooting Menu 2
Image Stabilizer
Bracketing
Multiple Exposure
# RC Mode
Intrvl. Sh./Time Lapse
HDR
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Back Set
2
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.
HDR2
3F 2.0EV HDR bracketing is performed. Select the number of images and the
exposure difference.
HDR imaging processing is not performed.
5F 2.0EV
7F 2.0EV
3F 3.0EV
5F 3.0EV
3
Shoot.
When you press the shutter button, the camera automatically shoots the set number
of images.
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
HDR-processed image.
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.
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