Setting the 2nd curtain sync
2nd curtain sync is a recording method in which the flash fires just before the shutter
closes when you take a picture of a moving subject (such as a car) using the flash with a
slow shutter speed.
[Rec] → [Flash] → [Flash Synchro]
If you set to [2ND], [2nd] will be displayed in the flash icon on the screen.
When a fast shutter speed is set, the [Flash Synchro] effect may not be sufficiently achieved.
When [2ND] is set, you cannot set the flash setting to [
Adjusting the flash output
Adjust the flash output if a picture taken using the flash is too bright or too dark.
[Rec] → [Flash] → [Flash Adjust.]
to set the flash output and press [MENU/SET]
Settings: –2 EV to +2 EV (unit: 1/3 EV)
When you do not want to adjust the intensity of the flash, select [±0 EV].
When the intensity of the flash is adjusted, [+] or [-] is displayed on the flash icon.
1st curtain sync is the normal recording method when
using the flash.
The light source is captured in back of the subject and
this produces a picture that is vibrant and lively.
Stabiliser, Zoom and Flash
Taking pictures with flash
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