The camera can combine 3 still pictures taken at different exposures into a single
properly exposed picture with rich gradation. The individual pictures used to create the
HDR picture are not saved. You can minimise the loss of gradations in bright areas and
dark areas when, for example, the contrast between the background and the subject is
A combined HDR picture is saved in JPEG format.
[Rec] → [HDR]
Settings: [ON] / [OFF] / [SET]
Changing the settings
After the shutter button has been pressed, do not move the camera during the burst operation.
Since a burst of still pictures are combined after they have been recorded, it will be a few
moments before you will be able to record another picture.
A subject that was in motion when it was recorded may be recorded as an afterimage.
When [Auto Align] is set to [ON], the angle of view narrows slightly.
When you take pictures using a flash, the flash mode is fixed to [
This function will not work for still pictures while motion pictures are being recorded.
This function is not available in the following cases:
• When using [Burst]
• When recording 4K photos
• When recording using [Post Focus]
• When recording using [Bracket]
• When [Quality] is set to [
• When using [Time Lapse Shot]
• When [Auto Shooting] of [Stop Motion Animation] is set to [ON]
[AUTO]: Takes pictures after automatically setting the adjustment range of
the exposure based on the contrast of a subject.
[±1EV] / [±2EV] / [±3EV]: Takes pictures using the adjustment range of the
[ON]: Automatically adjusts the displacement of pictures caused by jitter,
etc. We recommend using this setting to take pictures with a handheld
[OFF]: Does not adjust the displacement of pictures. We recommend using
this setting when you use a tripod.
] or [
exposure being set.
] (Forced Flash Off).
Using Menu Functions