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Settings For Special Cases - Sony 300PF Operating Instructions Manual

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Settings for Special Cases

Shooting conditions
The background is very bright, and the
subject is too dark.
The subject is under a spotlight.
The subject is completely still (e.g. when
shooting documents, drawings, etc.).
When you wish to give a lush effect, as
when shooting a wedding or similar
occasion.
Shooting under fluorescent lighting.
When shooting bright areas mixed with
dark areas (Example: A person indoors
looking through a window at a bright
landscape outdoors)
When adjusting for skin detail or tone
(Example: When shooting to hide skin
details)
To make focusing before shooting
easier.
To begin shooting immediately when
there is no time to make adjustments.
The 3200 K preset white balance makes
the picture reddish.
110
Chapter 5 Adjustments and Settings
Settings for special cases
Setting
Set the A.IRIS MODE switch to BACK L,
turning the indicator on.
Set the A.IRIS MODE switch to SPOT L,
turning the indicator on.
Enable the EVS (Enhanced Vertical
definition System) function. (See page
104.)
Note
Enabling the EVS function tends to
increase the occurrence of aliasing
problems (moiré patterns). Therefore,
normally leave the function disabled.
Set the MATRIX switch to H.SAT. (See
page 21.)
Set the MATRIX switch to FL. (See page
21.)
Set DL to ON in the advanced menu
page 2 and, then set the OUTPUT/DL/
DCC+ switch to CAM DL. (See page
85.)
See "Skin Detail Correction" or
"Adjusting Color in the Specified Area"
(page 111) .
Press the EZ FOCUS button, turning the
"easy focus" function on. (See page 12.)
Press the EZ MODE button, turning the
"EZ mode" function on. (See page 13.)
Select the 3000 K preset white balance
in advanced menu page 3. (See page
85.)
Effect
This lightens the foreground.
This prevents white burn-out in highlights
of faces and clothes.
This enhances the vertical resolution.
This increases the saturation of primary
colors.
This eliminates the blue-green cast, and
restores natural hues.
Prevents white breakup and color faults
in bright areas.
Adjusts the skin detail or tone to a
designated active area.
This opens the iris, to make it easier to
focus before beginning shooting.
This provides automatic adjustment to a
set of standard values, to allow
immediate shooting.
This prevents the picture from reddening.

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