Changing the settings
[Motion Picture] → [Snap Movie] → [SET]
Motion pictures recorded with [WHITE-IN] or [BLACK-IN] are displayed as all-white or all-black
thumbnails in Playback Mode.
If you assign [Snap Movie] to [Fn Button Set] in [Custom] ([Operation]) menu (→47), you can
display a screen that lets you switch [Snap Movie] between [ON]/[OFF] by pressing the assigned
function button. If you press [DISP.] button while the screen is displayed, you can change the
settings for Snap Movie.
[Snap Movie] will be set to [OFF] when you connect to Wi-Fi with [Remote Shooting & View].
This function is not available in the following cases:
• [Miniature Effect] (Creative Control Mode)
• When [4K PHOTO] is set
• When [Post Focus] is set
• When [4K Live Cropping] is set
• When recording with [High Speed Video]
Sets the recording time of motion pictures.
Allows dramatic imaging expression by shifting focus gradually at the start of
Adds a fade-in (gradual appearance) effect to an image and audio as recording
starts or adds a fade-out (gradual disappearance) effect to them as recording
[WHITE-IN] / [WHITE-OUT]:
Adds a fade-in or fade-out effect that uses a white screen.
[BLACK-IN] / [BLACK-OUT]:
Adds a fade-in or fade-out effect that uses a black screen.
[COLOR-IN] / [COLOR-OUT]:
Adds an effect that fades in from black-and-white to colour or an effect that fades
out from colour to black-and-white. Audio will be recorded normally.
Recording motion pictures
Recording Snap Movies