Photography Menu (Function tab)
1. Slide the mode switch to [
mode dial to one of the photography modes.
2. Press the MENU button, and select the
[Function] menu with the
The [Function] tab of the photography
menu is displayed.
3. Select the desired [Function] option item
buttons, and press the
SET button to enter its respective menu.
4. Select the desired setting with the
5. To exit from the photography menu, press the MENU button.
In the [Function] menu of [
Capture mode is an option that allows you to capture a rapid sequence of images
with one press of the shutter. There are two distinctly different aspects to this
option - Continuous (burst) capture, and AEB (automatic exposure bracketing)
In this setting the feature is not invoked and the camera
In this setting, the camera will capture a sequential burst of
three images (maximum) at an interval of 0.7 seconds
(maximum rate.) The continuous burst mode is very useful
for photographing objects in motion where it is difficult to
determine the precise moment of capture. Afterwards, you
may review the sequence of shots to select the best one.
[AEB] Auto Exp.: Auto-exposure bracketing is an effective technique when it
is difficult to determine the precise exposure of a scene.
Using AEB the camera will capture a sequential burst of
three images at three different exposure settings. One shot
will be at the level of exposure automatically determined by
the camera, eV0. The two complementary shots will be
underexposed (eV -0.67), and overexposed (eV +0.67)
respectively. Afterwards, you may review the sequence of
shots to select the best exposure.
For continuous (burst) photography, press and hold the shutter button
until all three images have been captured. If the shutter button is
released earlier, the burst will end at that point.
] and set the
buttons, and press the SET button.
] mode, only the "LCD Bright." could be set.