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Recording In Dark Places; Plus); Adjusting The Exposure For Backlit; Subjects - Sony Handycam DCR-SR65 Handbook

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Recording in dark places (NightShot

plus)

Infrared port
When you set the NIGHTSHOT PLUS
switch to ON,
images in dark places.
Notes
The NightShot plus and Super NightShot plus
functions use infrared light. Therefore, do not
cover the infrared port with your fingers or
other objects, and remove the conversion lens
(optional).
Adjust the focus manually ([FOCUS], p. 71)
when it is hard to focus automatically.
Do not use the NightShot plus and Super
NightShot plus functions in bright places. This
may cause a malfunction.
Tips
To record an image brighter, use the Super
NightShot plus function (p. 74). To record an
image more faithfully to the original colors, use
the Color Slow Shutter function (p. 74).
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appears. You can record

Adjusting the exposure for backlit

subjects

To adjust the exposure for backlit subjects,
press  (back light) to display . To cancel
the back light function, press  (back light)
again.

Recording in mirror mode

Open the LCD panel 90 degrees to the
camcorder (), then rotate it 180 degrees
to the lens side ().
Tips
A mirror-image of the subject appears on the
LCD screen, but the image will be normal when
recorded.

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