The scene being shot is recorded in sepia-tinted
(reddish-brown) monochrome, giving the effect of
an older movie. Use together with Wide (
for the authentic look of a classic Hollywood
High shutter speed clearly captures fast-moving
ND : ND EFFECT
A black mist darkens the picture, as when an ND
filter is used. Helps to counter the effects of glare on
FG : FOG
Electronic Fog Filter
Makes the picture look misty white, as when an
external fog filter is attached to the lens. Softens the
image and gives it a "fantasy" look.
Dusk, twilight scenery, fireworks, etc., look more
natural and dramatic. The following happens when
Twilight mode is selected:
• Auto gain control is turned off.
• White Balance is set to "
but can also be manually changed to another
• Auto Focus becomes available only in the range of
10 m to infinity. To focus when the subject-to-
camera distance is less than 10 m, use manual
" (FINE day mode),
High-Speed Shutter (1/2000s.)
Captures faster action than Sports mode.
The colours of a picture are reversed.
High Speed Shutter
NEGA POSI mode