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[‡]
([Auto])
¢1
[
]
([iAuto])
[
]
([Auto/Red-Eye])
¢2
[‰]
([Forced Flash On])
[
]
([Slow Sync./Red-Eye])
[Œ]
([Forced Flash Off])
¢1 This can be set only when Intelligent Auto Mode is set. The icon changes depending on the type
of subject and brightness.
¢2 The flash is activated twice. The subject should not move until the second flash is
activated. Interval until the second flash depends on the brightness of the subject.
[Red-Eye Removal]
The flash is automatically activated when the recording conditions
make it necessary.
The flash is automatically activated when the recording conditions
make it necessary.
It is activated once before the actual recording to reduce the
red-eye phenomenon (eyes of the subject appearing red in the
picture) and then activated again for the actual recording.
Use this when you take pictures of people in low lighting
conditions.
The flash is activated every time regardless of the recording
conditions.
Use this when your subject is back-lit or under fluorescent
light.
If you take a picture with a dark background landscape, this
feature will slow the shutter speed when the flash is activated so
that the dark background will become bright. Simultaneously, it
reduces the red-eye phenomenon.
¢2
Use this when you take pictures of people in front of a dark
background.
The flash is not activated in any recording conditions.
Use this when you take pictures in places where the use of
flash is not permitted.
(P31)
(P96)
on the [Rec] menu is set to [ON], [
Recording
Description of settings
- 55 -
] appears on the flash icon.

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