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4. Focus, Brightness (Exposure) and Colour tone Settings
Set the White Balance value. Use to match the
condition when taking photographs.
1 Press
[
]/
1
2 Place a white object such as a piece of paper
[
2
]/
[
]/
3
[
]
4
• This will set the White Balance and return you to the recording screen.
• The same operation can be performed by pressing the shutter button.
• White Balance may not be set when the subject is too bright or too dark.
You can set the colour temperature manually for
taking natural pictures in different lighting
conditions.
[
]/
1
1 Press 3.
[
]/
2
2 Press 3/4 to select the colour temperature and
[
]/
3
[
]
4
• You can set a colour temperature from [2500K] to [10000K].
• You can set the White Balance Bracket (Colour Temperature) by rotating
3
Press [
] to set.
• You can also press the shutter button halfway to set.
Under fluorescent lighting, LED lighting fixture etc., the appropriate White Balance
will vary depending on the lighting type.
Use [AWB], [AWBc], [
Auto White Balance
Depending on the conditions prevailing when pictures are taken, the pictures may take on
a reddish or bluish tinge. Furthermore, when a multiple number of light sources are being
used or there is nothing with a colour close to white, Auto White Balance may not function
properly. In a case like this, set the White Balance to a mode other than [AWB] or [AWBc].
1
[AWB] will work within this range.
2
Blue sky
3
Cloudy sky (Rain)
4
Shade
5
Sunlight
6
White fluorescent light
7
Incandescent light bulb
8
Sunrise and sunset
9
Candlelight
KlKelvin Colour Temperature
3
.
within the frame at the centre of the screen, and
press [MENU/SET].
Set the White Balance again after adjusting to appropriate brightness.
then press [MENU/SET].
the control dial.
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