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More on Photography
The following scenes are available:
Settings for Scene Modes
C and F indicate Flash and Focus mode respectively.
The J (Camera Shake) Icon
When the J icon appears in the monitor, pictures may be blurred. In this section, the pre-
cautions that you can take to avoid blur are indicated by stars:
hold the camera in both hands and brace elbows against your body.
use a tripod or rest the camera on a flat, level surface.
A PORTRAIT (FACE AF)
This function is optimal for photographing portraits (from the
waist up) of up to three people. When the camera recognizes
human faces, the square focus area is displayed and the subject
is in focus (Face-priority AF). When the shutter-release button
is pressed halfway, focus area is locked and the camera
focuses. Main subjects stand out clearly while background details are softened, lend-
ing sense of depth to composition.
See page 42 for more information on how to take pictures with this function.
For EFFECT 1, skin appears brighter, causing people to stand out.
For EFFECT 2, an overall soft effect is produced.
CA
(Changeable) FAF
B PORTRAIT
Use for portraits. Main subject stands out clearly while back-
ground details are softened, lending composition sense of
depth.
For EFFECT 1, skin appears brighter, causing people to stand
out.
For EFFECT 2, an overall soft effect is produced.
Degree of softening depends on amount of light available.
Select from 99 areas to focus on in the focus area using the multi selector.
Digital zoom is not available.
CA
(changeable) FAF
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