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9. Using Menu Functions
[Peaking]
In-focus portions (portions on the screen with clear outlines) are highlighted when focus is
being adjusted manually.
• When [Detect Level] in [SET] is set to [HIGH], portions to be highlighted are reduced, allowing
you to achieve a more precise focus.
• Changing the [Detect Level] setting also changes the [Display Color] setting as follows.
[Detect Level]
[Display Color]
• Each time [
] in [
>
[LOW]
[Detect Level]
)
[ON] (
• [Peaking] does not work with [Rough Monochrome] in Creative Control Mode.
[Histogram]
Display the histogram.
You can set the position by pressing 3/4/2/1.
• Direct touch operation is also possible from the recording screen.
• A histogram is a graph that displays brightness along the horizontal axis (black
to white) and the number of pixels at each brightness level on the vertical axis.
It allows you to easily check a picture's exposure.
A dark
B bright
• When the recorded picture and the histogram do not match each other under the
following conditions, the histogram is displayed in orange.
– During Exposure Compensation
– When the flash is activated
– When the correct exposure is not achieved, such as when the lighting is low.
• The histogram is an approximation in the Recording Mode.
[Guide Line]
This will set the pattern of guide lines displayed when taking a picture.
When [
] is set, guideline positions can be set by pressing 3/4/2/1.
• You can also set the position directly by touching [
[HIGH]
[
] (Light blue)
[
] (Yellow)
[
] (Yellow-green)
[
] (Pink)
[
] (White)
] is touched, the setting is switched in order of [ON] (
[HIGH]
:
)
[
] (Blue)
[
] (Orange)
[
] (Green)
[
] (Red)
[
] (Grey)
>
[OFF].
] on the guideline of the recording screen.
213
[LOW]
[Detect Level]
:

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