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Aperture Priority Setting; Changing The Shutter Speed - JVC Everio GZ-HD7 Instructions Manual

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Aperture Priority Setting

You can add a blurring effect to the background
by setting the aperture value (F-number).
After performing "To Change to Manual
Recording Mode" (Z pg. 24)
1
A
2
Select the desired setting. (F1.8 to
F8.0)
The lower the F-number (larger aperture
value), the more blurred the background
will become. The higher the F-number
(smaller aperture value), the clearer the
focus will be for both near and far objects.
M
MENU
Select
Set
8 To cancel the aperture priority setting
Press the A button so that the value
indicator disappears.
NOTE
If the image is too bright, set to a larger
F-number. If the image is too dark, set to a
smaller F-number.
F 1 . 8

Changing the Shutter Speed

A fast shutter speed can freeze the motion
of a fast-moving subject, and a slow shutter
speed can blur the subject to give the
impression of motion.
After performing "To Change to Manual
Recording Mode" (Z pg. 24)
1
S
2
Select the desired setting (1/2 to
1/4000 in ! mode, 1/2 to 1/500 in #
mode).
The smaller the value, the faster the
shutter speed.
M
MENU
Select
Set
8 To cancel the shutter speed setting
Press the S button so that the value
indicator disappears.
NOTE
It is recommended to use the tripod (Z pg. 18)
when recording with a slow shutter speed.
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