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Selecting Flash Synchro; Using An External Flash - Sony DSC-R1 User's Manual / Troubleshooting

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Selecting Flash Synchro

Select the timing that the flash strobes.
Front
1 Display the
(Camera 2) by moving the multi-selector to v/V, then select [Flash Sync.] by moving
2 Select
2
to B/v/V.
3 Select the desired mode by moving to B/v/V, then press the center of the multi-selector.
Front
Rear (REAR)
On the [Rear]
• When the shutter speed is too high, the [Rear] setting effect may not be available.
• When the red-eye reduction is selected, the red-eye reduction effect may not be available at slower shutter
speeds.

Using an external flash

You can mount an optional external flash. Using an external flash increases the amount of
light and that will allow you to shoot more vivid flash pictures than when using the internal
flash.
For details, refer to the operating instructions supplied with your flash.
52
Rear
(Setup) screen (page 32).
Normally, use this setting. Since the flash strobes right after
the shutter is released, this allows you to get your shot closer
to the time you release the shutter.
Used for a moving subject, etc. Since the flash strobes right
before the shutter is closed, this allows you to reflect the trail
of a light or movement afterimage on a subject.
P
S
A
M
Multi-selector
MENU button
(
: The default setting)
P
S
A
M

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