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The Shooting Menu
A Best Shot Selector
When the “Best Shot Selector” (BSS) is on, the camera
takes a maximum of ten pictures as long as the shut-
ter-release button is held down. These images are
then compared and the sharpest picture (the picture
with highest level of detail) is saved to the memory or memory card. BSS is recom-
mended for situations in which inadvertent camera movement can produce
blurred pictures, for example when:
the camera is zoomed in
the camera is in Macro close-up mode
lighting is poor and the flash cannot be used
Notes on BSS
BSS may not produce the desired results with a moving subject or if you change the compo-
sition while the shutter-release button is pressed all the way down.
Restrictions on BSS
Cannot be used with CAuto bracketing, xWB bracketing (c93), self timer
(c30) or Continuous settings other than rSingle (c89). The latest setting is used
and the earlier setting is canceled.
Noise reduction (c101) has no effect even if this option is set to On.
Rotate the mode dial to P or A and press the m but-
ton to select BSS, and then press d.
Option Description
B
Off
(default setting)
BSS off; camera functions normally.
A
On
BSS on. Flash mode set to B automatically and focus, expo-
sure, and white balance for all photos are determined by the
first picture in each series.
Off
On
BEST SHOT SELECTOR
BEST SHOT SELECTOR
Confirm
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