E-M10 Mark IV

Olympus E-M10 Mark IV manual

E-M10 Mark IV

User manual for the Olympus E-M10 Mark IV in English. This PDF manual has 186 pages.

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DIGITAL CAMERA Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to enjoy optimum performance and a longer service life. Be sure you have read and understood the contents of “9. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS”, before using this product. Keep these instructions available for future reference. We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. The screen and camera illustrations shown in this manual were produced during the development stages and may differ from the actual product. If there are additions and/or modifications of functions due to firmware update for the camera, the contents will differ. For the latest information, please visit the Olympus website. Table of Contents Feature Index 1. Preparation 2. Shooting 3. Playback 4. Menu functions 5. Connecting the camera to a smartphone 6. Connecting the camera to a computer 7. Cautions 8. Information 9. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Model No.: IM021 Instruction Manual
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Before You Begin 2 EN Before You Begin Read and Follow Safety Precautions To prevent incorrect operation resulting in fire or other damage to property or harm to yourself or to others, read “9. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS” (P. 176) in its entirety before using the camera. While using the camera, consult this manual to ensure safe and correct operation. Be sure to keep the manual in a safe place once it is read. Olympus will not be held liable for violations of local regulations arising from use of this product outside the country or region of purchase. Wireless LAN and Bluetooth® The camera features built-in wireless LAN and Bluetooth® . Use of these features outside the country or region of purchase may violate local wireless regulations; be sure to check with local authorities before use. Olympus will not be held liable for the user’s failure to comply with local regulations. Disable wireless LAN and Bluetooth® in areas where their use is prohibited. g “Disabling wireless LAN/Bluetooth® ” (P. 150) „ „ User Registration Visit the OLYMPUS website for information on registering your OLYMPUS products. „ „ Installing PC Software/Apps Olympus Workspace This computer application is used to download and view photos and movies recorded with the camera. It can also be used to update the camera firmware. The software can be downloaded from the website below. Be prepared to provide the camera serial number when downloading the software.    https://support.olympus-imaging.com/owdownload/ OLYMPUS Image Share (OI.Share) You can load images in the camera to a smartphone. You can also operate the camera remotely and take pictures from a smartphone.    https://app.olympus-imaging.com/oishare/
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Product Manuals 3 EN Product Manuals Indications used in this manual The following symbols are used throughout this manual. $ Notes and other supplementary information. % Tips and other helpful information for using the camera. g References to other pages in this manual. In addition to the “Instruction Manual”, we also offer a “Camera Function Guide”. Consult these manuals when using the product. DIGITAL CAMERA Thank you for purchasing an Olympus digital camera. Before you start to use your new camera, please read these instructions carefully to enjoy optimum performance and a longer service life. Be sure you have read and understood the contents of “9. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS”, before using this product. Keep these instructions available for future reference. We recommend that you take test shots to get accustomed to your camera before taking important photographs. The screen and camera illustrations shown in this manual were produced during the development stages and may differ from the actual product. If there are additions and/or modifications of functions due to firmware update for the camera, the contents will differ. For the latest information, please visit the Olympus website. Table of Contents Feature Index 1. Preparation 2. Shooting 3. Playback 4. Menu functions 5. Connecting the camera to a smartphone 6. Connecting the camera to a computer 7. Cautions 8. Information 9. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Model No.: IM021 Instruction Manual Instruction Manual (this pdf) A how-to guide to the camera and its features. The Instruction Manual can be downloaded from the OLYMPUS website or directly using the “OLYMPUS Image Share” (OI.Share) smartphone app. Camera Function Guide A function and setting guide that helps you use camera features to the full. It has been optimized for display on mobile devices and can be viewed using OI.Share. https://cs.olympus-imaging.jp/jp/support/cs/webmanual/index.html
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Table of Contents 4 EN Table of Contents Before You Begin 2 Product Manuals 3 Feature Index 9 Names of parts 11 Preparation 13 Unpacking the box contents......13 Attaching the Strap.....................14 Inserting and Removing the Battery and Card.........................15 Removing the battery................16 Removing the card....................16 Charging the Battery...................17 Attaching a lens to the camera..........................................19 Removing Lenses........................20 Turning the camera on................21 Initial setup..................................22 Camera displays unreadable/ not in the selected language......24 Shooting 25 Switching between displays.......25 Information displays while shooting.......................................26 Switching the information display.......................................28 Choosing a shooting mode and taking photos...............................29 Types of shooting modes..........29 Taking high angle and low angle shots.............................................31 Shooting with touch screen operations....................................32 Switching Displays with the u (Shortcut) Button.........................33 Letting the camera choose the settings (AUTO mode)................34 Shooting in scene mode (SCN mode).................................36 Types of scene modes..............36 Shooting in advanced photo mode (Z mode).........................40 AP Mode Options......................40 [Live Composite]: Live Composite Photography..............................41 [Live Time]: Live Time Photography..............................42 [Multiple Exposure]: Shooting Multiple Exposures....................43 [HDR]: Taking Composite Photos with HDR...................................44 [Silent s] Mode........................45 Shooting a Panorama................46 [Keystone Compensation].........47 [AE Bracketing]: Varying Exposure over a Series of Shots...............48 [Focus Bracketing]: Varying Focus Distance over a Series of Shots..........................49 Using art filters (ART mode).......50 Types of art filters......................52 Adjusting the degree of the art filter effect (Fine-Tuning)...........53 Using [Partial Color]..................53 Letting the camera choose aperture and shutter speed (Program mode)...........................54 Choosing aperture (Aperture Priority mode).............56
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Table of Contents 5 EN Choosing shutter speed (Shutter Priority mode)...............58 Choosing aperture and shutter speed (Manual mode)..................60 Shooting with long exposure time (BULB/LIVE TIME).......................61 Live composite photography (dark and light field composite)...................................63 Recording movies in photo shooting modes...........................65 Recording movies in movie mode.............................................66 Movie Mode Options.................67 Recording Slow Motion Movies..........................................68 Silencing Camera Sounds While Shooting Movies..........................68 Taking Photos in Self-Portrait Mode.............................................69 Using various settings................71 Controlling exposure (Exposure F)............................71 Digital Zoom (Digital Tele-converter)..............71 Selecting the AF target mode (AF target settings)....................72 Setting the AF target..................72 Face priority AF/Eye priority AF..................................73 Changing ISO sensitivity (ISO)..........................................74 Using a flash (Flash photography)..................75 Performing the sequential/ self-timer shooting.....................77 The Electronic Shutter (Silent s).................................78 Calling shooting options............79 Processing options (Picture Mode)...........................81 Adjusting overall color (Color Creator)..........................82 Adjusting color (WB (white balance)).................83 Choosing a focus mode (AF Mode).................................84 Setting the image aspect...........86 Selecting image quality (Still image quality, KK).......86 Selecting image quality (Movie quality, nK)...............87 Choosing an Exposure Mode (n Mode (Movie Exposure Modes)).....................................91 Adjusting flash output (Flash intensity control).............92 Reducing camera shake (Image Stabilizer)......................93 Making fine adjustments to white balance (WB Compensation)....94 Choosing how the camera measures brightness (Metering)..................................95 Making fine adjustments to sharpness (Sharpness).............95 Making fine adjustments to contrast (Contrast).....................96 Making fine adjustments to saturation (Saturation)...............96 Making fine adjustments to tone (Gradation)................................97 Applying filter effects to monochrome pictures (Color Filter)..............................97 Adjusting the tone of a monochrome image (Monochrome Color).................98 Adjusting i-Enhance effects (Effect).......................................98 Setting the color reproduction format (Color Space).................99 Changing the brightness of highlights and shadows (Highlight&Shadow Control)....100 Assigning functions to buttons (Button Function).....................101
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Table of Contents 6 EN Zoom frame AF/Zoom AF (Super Spot AF).......................103 Playback 105 Information display during playback.....................................105 Playback image information....105 Switching the information display.....................................106 Viewing photographs and movies........................................107 Finding Pictures Quickly (Index and Calendar Playback)..........108 Zooming In (Playback Zoom).....................108 Rotating Pictures (Rotate).......108 Viewing Images as a Slideshow (L)..........................................109 Watching movies.....................110 Protecting Pictures (0)........110 Deleting Pictures (Erase)........110 Selecting Pictures for Sharing (Share Order).......................... 111 Cancelling all share orders (Reset share Order)................ 111 Selecting Multiple Pictures (0, Erase Selected, Share Order Selected)....................... 111 Creating a print order (DPOF)....................................112 Removing all or selected pictures from the print order..................113 Adding Audio to Pictures (R)...........................................113 Audio Playback (Play 7).........113 Scrolling Panoramas...............114 Using the touch screen.............115 Single-frame playback.............115 Index/Calendar playback.........115 Selecting and protecting images.....................................116 Viewing pictures in self-portrait mode.......................................116 Menu functions 117 Basic menu operations.............117 Using Shooting Menu 1/ Shooting Menu 2.......................118 Returning to default settings (Reset).....................................118 Processing options (Picture Mode).........................119 Digital Zoom (Digital Tele-converter)............119 Improving Focus in Dark Surroundings (AF Illuminator)........................119 Choosing a Zoom Speed (K Elec. Zoom Speed)..........120 Recording multiple exposures in a single image (Multiple Exposure).................120 Shooting automatically with a fixed interval (Intrvl. Sh./Time Lapse)...........122 Silent-Mode Options (Silent s Settings).................123 Wireless remote control flash photography (# RC Mode)..........................124 Using the Video Menu...............125 Using the Playback Menu.........126 Automatically Rotating Portrait-Orientation Pictures for Playback (R).........................126 Retouching Pictures (Edit).......126 Combining Pictures (Image Overlay).......................128 Creating Movie Stills (In-Movie Image Capture).......128 Trimming movies (Movie Trimming).....................129 Removing Protection from All Pictures (Reset Protect)..........129
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Table of Contents 7 EN Using the setup menu...............130 Formatting the card (Card Setup)............................131 Deleting all images (Card Setup)............................131 Choosing a language (W).....131 Using the custom menus..........132 a AF/MF................................132 M Button/Dial.........................132 N Disp/8/PC .......................133 O Disp/8/PC........................133 P Exp/ISO/BULB...................134 Q Exp/ISO/BULB...................134 b # Custom..........................135 W K/WB/Color.....................135 X Record...............................136 c EVF....................................137 a K Utility............................137 AEL/AFL..................................138 Manual Focus Assist (MF Assist)..............................138 Adding information displays....139 Viewing camera images on TV (HDMI).....................................140 Shutter speeds when the flash fires (#X-Sync./#Slow Limit).........141 Combinations of JPEG image sizes and compression rates (K Set)..................................141 Connecting the camera to a smartphone 142 Pairing the Camera and Smartphone...............................143 Wireless Connection Standby Setting for When the Camera Is On...............................................144 Wireless Settings for When the Camera Is Off.............................145 Transferring images to a smartphone................................147 Automatically uploading images while the camera is off..............147 Shooting remotely with a smartphone (Live View)............148 Shooting remotely with a smartphone (Remote Shutter).......................148 Adding position information to images........................................149 Resetting wireless LAN/ Bluetooth® settings...................149 Changing the password............150 Disabling wireless LAN/ Bluetooth® ..................................150 Connecting the camera to a computer 151 Copying pictures to a computer....................................151 Installing the PC software........152 Cautions 153 Batteries.....................................153 Using your USB-AC adapter abroad........................................153 Usable cards..............................154 Record mode and file size/number of storable still pictures............154 Interchangeable lenses.............155 MF Clutch Lenses......................156 Compatible Flash Units............157 Wireless remote control flash photography............................158 Other external flash units.........159 System chart..............................160
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Table of Contents 8 EN Information 162 Cleaning and storing the camera........................................162 Cleaning the camera...............162 Storage....................................162 Cleaning and checking the image pickup device...........................162 Pixel Mapping - Checking the image processing functions.....163 Shooting tips and information.164 Error codes................................167 Defaults......................................169 Specifications............................173 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS 176 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...........176 Index 181
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Feature Index 9 EN Feature g Shooting Mode 29 Monitor Display 28, 106 Live Controls 79 LV Super Control Panel 80 W Shooting Menu 1 Reset 118 Picture Mode 81, 119 Digital Tele-converter 119 Metering 95 AF Illuminator 119 X  Shooting Menu 2 K Image Stabilizer 93 K Elec. Zoom Speed 120 x 92 Multiple Exposure 120 Intrvl. Sh./Time Lapse 122 Silent s Settings 123 # RC Mode 124 n  Video Menu Movie R 125 Recording Volume 125 n AF Mode 125 n Image Stabilizer 93 n Elec. Zoom Speed 125 Video Frame Rate 87, 125 Video Bit Rate 87, 125 q Playback Menu y 109 R 126 Edit 126 Print Order 112 Reset Protect 129 Reset share Order 111 Device Connection 143 Feature g G  Custom Menu a AF/MF AEL/AFL 132, 138 AF Targeting Pad 132 IFace Priority 73, 132 MF Assist 132, 138 Reset Lens 132 M Button/Dial Button Function 101, 132 qR Function 132 Dial Function 132 N Disp/8/PC K Control Settings 80, 133 G/Info Settings 133, 139 Live View Boost 133 Flicker Reduction 133 Displayed Grid 133 Peaking Color 133 O Disp/8/PC 8 133 HDMI 133, 140 USB Mode 133 P Exp/ISO/BULB Exposure Shift 134 ISO-Auto Set 134 Noise Filter 134 Noise Reduct. 62, 134 Q Exp/ISO/BULB Bulb/Time Timer 61, 134 Live Bulb 61, 134 Live Time 61, 134 Composite Settings 63, 134 Feature Index
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Feature Index 10 EN Feature g b  # Custom #X-Sync. 135, 141 #Slow Limit 135, 141 w+F 71,92,135 #+WB 135 W  K/WB/Color K Set 135, 141 WB 83, 135 W Keep Warm Color 135 Color Space 99, 135 X Record File Name 136 Edit Filename 136 Copyright Settings 136 c EVF EVF Auto Switch 137 EVF Adjust 137 a  K Utility Pixel Mapping 137, 163 Level Adjust 137 Touchscreen Settings 137 Sleep 21, 137 Certification 137 e Setup Menu Card Setup 131 X 23 W 130, 131 s 130 Rec View 130 Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Settings 150 Firmware 130
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Names of parts 11 EN Names of parts 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 0 a 9 b c d f e g 1 Mode dial.........................................P. 29 2 Rear dial* (o)................... P. 54-60, 107 3 R (Movie)/h button............. P. 65/P. 111 4 b (Digital Tele-converter) button .................................................P. 71, 101 5 Shutter button..................................P. 30 6 Front dial* (r)...............P .54-60,71,75,107 7 Lens attachment mark.....................P. 19 8 Mount (Remove the body cap before attaching the lens.) 9 Built-in flash.....................................P. 75 0 Stereo microphone........P. 113, 125, 127 a Diopter adjustment dial....................P. 25 b ON/OFF lever.................................P. 21 c u (Shortcut) button........................P. 33 d Self-timer lamp/AF illuminator ..............................................P. 77/P. 119 e Strap eyelet.....................................P. 14 f Lens release button.........................P. 20 g Lens lock pin * In this manual, the r and o icons represent operations performed using the front dial and rear dial.
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Names of parts 12 EN 1 2 3 4 h a b d c f e g 5 6 7 8 9 0 k j l i 1 Viewfinder........................................P. 25 2 Eye sensor.......................................P. 25 3 Eyecup...........................................P. 159 4 Monitor (Touch screen) .............................P. 26, 32, 79, 105, 115 5 Hot shoe (Hot shoe cover).............P. 157 6 u (LV) button................................P. 25 7 AEL/AFL button...........P. 101, 102, 138 8 Connector cover 9 Micro-USB connector....................P. 151 0 HDMI micro connector...................P. 140 a INFO button....................P. 28, 106, 139 b Q button.................................P. 79, 107 c q (Playback) button.....................P. 107 d CHARGE (battery charge) lamp.....P. 17 e D (Erase) button...........................P. 110 f Arrow pad*..................P. 22, 72–77, 107 g MENU button................................P. 117 h Speaker i Card slot..........................................P. 16 j Battery/card compartment cover ...................................................P. 15, 16 k Battery/card compartment lock ...................................................P. 15, 16 l Tripod socket * In this manual, the FGHI icons represent operations performed using the arrow pad.
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Preparation 1 13 EN 1 Preparation Unpacking the box contents At purchase, the package contains the camera and the following accessories. If anything is missing or damaged, contact the dealer from whom you purchased the camera. Camera Body cap* EP-15 eyecup* Hot shoe cover* Strap or USB cable CB-USB12 Lithium-ion battery BLS-50 USB-AC adapter F-5AC Basic Manual Warranty Card * The body cap, eyecup, and hot shoe cover attached to or inserted in the camera.
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Preparation 1 14 EN Attaching the Strap 1 Before attaching the strap, remove the end from the keeper loop and loosen the strap as shown. Keeper loop 2 Pass the end of the strap through the strap eyelet and back through the keeper loop. 3 Pass the end of the strap through the buckle and tighten as shown. • Attach the other end of the strap to the other eyelet. • After attaching the strap, pull on it firmly to ensure that it will not come loose.
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Preparation 1 15 EN Inserting and Removing the Battery and Card In this manual, all storage devices are referred to as “cards.” The camera uses third-party SD, SDHC, or SDXC memory cards conforming to the SD (Secure Digital) standard. Cards must be formatted with this camera before first use or after being used with other cameras or computers. g “Formatting the card (Card Setup)” (P. 131) 1 Confirm that the ON/OFF lever is in the OFF position. ON/OFF lever 2 Opening the battery/card compartment cover. 1 2 Battery/card compartment lock Battery/card compartment cover 3 Loading the battery. • Use only BLS-50 batteries (P. 13, 175). Direction indicating mark
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Preparation 1 16 EN 4 Loading the card. • Slide the card in until it is locked into place. g “Usable cards” (P. 154) Terminal area • Do not forcibly insert a damaged or deformed card. Doing so may damage the card slot. 5 Closing the battery/card compartment cover. • Be sure the battery/card compartment cover is closed before using the camera. 2 1 $ • It is recommended to set aside a backup battery for prolonged shooting in case the battery in use drains. • Also read “Batteries” (P. 153). Removing the battery Turn off the camera before opening or closing the battery/card compartment cover. To remove the battery, first push the battery lock knob in the direction of the arrow and then remove. • Do not remove the battery while the card write indicator is displayed (P. 26, 27). • Contact an authorized distributor or service center if you are unable to remove the battery. Do not use force. Battery lock knob Removing the card Press the inserted card lightly and it will be ejected. Pull out the card. • Do not remove the card while the card write indicator is displayed (P. 27).
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Preparation 1 17 EN Charging the Battery 1 Confirm that the ON/OFF lever is in the OFF position. ON/OFF lever 2 Check that the battery is in the camera, and connect the USB cable and USB-AC adapter. 1 2 3 AC outlet USB cable (supplied) or USB-AC adapter (supplied) Micro-USB connector • Never use any cable other than supplied or Olympus-designated USB cable. This may cause smoking or burning. • The CHARGE lamp light during charging. Charging takes about 4 hours. The lamp goes out as the batteries reach full charge. • Even if charging is in progress, it stops when the camera is turned on. • The USB-AC adapter cannot be used to charge the batteries when the camera is on. • If a charging error occurs, the CHARGE lamp will blink. Disconnect and reconnect the USB cable. • USB charging is available when the battery temperature is between 0 and 40 °C (32 and 104 °F).
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Preparation 1 18 EN • A charger (BCS-5: sold separately) can be used to charge the battery. % • For safety reasons, charging may take longer, or the battery may not reach full charge, when the battery is charged in a high-temperature environment. • The batteries will not charge while the camera is off if pictures are being uploaded to a smartphone via Wi-Fi (background auto upload). g “Automatically uploading images while the camera is off” (P. 147) $ The USB-AC Adapter • Be sure to unplug the USB-AC adapter for cleaning. Leaving the USB-AC adapter plugged in during cleaning could result in injury or electric shock.
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Preparation 1 19 EN Attaching a lens to the camera 1 Confirm that the ON/OFF lever is in the OFF position. 2 Remove the rear cap of the lens and the body cap of the camera. 1 2 1 2 Rear cap 3 Align the lens attachment mark (red) on the camera with the alignment mark (red) on the lens, then insert the lens into the camera’s body. Lens attachment mark 4 Rotate the lens as shown until it clicks into place. • Do not press the lens release button. • Do not touch internal portions of the camera. 5 Remove the front lens cap. 1 1 2 1 1 2
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Preparation 1 20 EN Removing Lenses 1 Confirm that the ON/OFF lever is in the OFF position. 2 Hold the lens release button and rotate the lens as shown. 1 2 Lens release button Interchangeable lenses Read “Interchangeable lenses” (P. 155).
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Preparation 1 21 EN Turning the camera on 1 Set the ON/OFF lever to the ON position. • When the camera is turned on, the monitor will turn on. • To turn the camera off, return the lever to the OFF position. ON/OFF lever Monitor Battery level The battery level icon will be displayed. j (green): The camera is ready to shoot. k (green): The battery is not full. l (green): The battery is low. m (blinks red): Charge the battery. 250 250 F5.6 ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 Camera sleep operation If no operations are performed for a minute, the camera enters “sleep” (stand-by) mode to turn off the monitor and to cancel all actions. Pressing the shutter button reactivates the camera. The camera will turn off automatically if left in sleep mode for 4 hours. Turn the camera on again before use. You can choose how long the camera remains idle before entering sleep mode. g [Sleep] (P. 137)
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Preparation 1 22 EN Initial setup After turning the camera on for the first time, perform the initial setup by choosing a language and setting the camera clock. • Date and time information is recorded on the card together with the images. • The file name is also included with the date and time information. Be sure to set the correct date and time before using the camera. Some functions cannot be used if the date and time have not been set. 1 Press the Q button when the initial setup dialog is displaying prompting you to choose a language. Please select your language. Por favor, selecciona tu idioma. Veuillez choisir votre langue. Bitte wählen Sie Ihre Sprache. 2 Highlight the desired language using the front or rear dial or the FGHI buttons on the arrow pad. • The language-selection dialog has two pages of options. Use the front or rear dial or the FGHI buttons on the arrow pad to move the cursor between pages. Cursor W Hrvatski Dansk Eesti Deutsch Indonesia Norsk Česky English Suomi Ελληνικά Italiano Latviski Polski Български Nederlands Français Magyar Lietuvių k. Português(Pt) Set W Romanian Español Viet Nam Русский Slovensky Svenska Türkçe Srpski Slovenščina Українська Setare 3 Press the Q button when the desired language is highlighted. • If you press the shutter button before pressing the Q button, the camera will exit to shooting mode and no language will be selected. You can perform the initial setup by turning the camera off and then on again to display the initial setup dialog and repeating the process from Step 1. W Set Hrvatski Dansk Eesti Deutsch Indonesia Norsk Česky English Suomi Ελληνικά Italiano Latviski Polski Български Nederlands Français Magyar Lietuvių k. Português(Pt) • The language can be changed at any time from the e setup menu. g “Choosing a language (W)” (P. 131)
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Preparation 1 23 EN 4 Set the date, time, and date format. • Use the HI buttons on the arrow pad to highlight items. • Use the FG buttons on the arrow pad to change the highlighted item. • The clock can be adjusted at any time from the e setup menu. g [X] (P. 130) X 2020 Y M D Time Y/M/D Cancel The time is displayed using a 24-hour clock. 5 Complete the initial setup. • Press the Q button to set the clock. • If the battery is removed from the camera and the camera is left for a while, the date and time may be reset to the factory default setting. • If you are going to record movies, adjust the frame rate according to the video standard of the country/region. g [Video Frame Rate] (P. 125) Turning the camera off To turn the camera off, return the ON/OFF lever to the OFF position. See page 145 for information on how to proceed if the camera displays the dialog shown in the illustration. Power-off Standby Activate Wi-Fi/Bluetooth Power-off Standby so images can be imported while power is off? Yes No Set Power-off Standby:On Confirm whether or not to activate Power-off Standby every time power is turned off? This setting can be changed from the menu anytime. Confirm every time Don't show this screen again Back Set
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Preparation 1 24 EN Camera displays unreadable/not in the selected language If the camera displays are in an unfamiliar language or use characters you are unable to read, you may have accidentally selected the wrong language in the language- selection dialog. Follow the steps below to change languages. 1  Press the MENU button to display the menus. 2  Highlight the e tab using FG and press I. 2 1 1 เมนูถ่ายภาพ 1 p โหมดภาพ ดิจิทัลเทเลคอน โหมดวัดแสง รีเซ็ต ปิด ไฟช่วย AF เปิด กลับ ตั�งค่า 2 1 เมนูตั�งค่า X ไทย s เฟิร์มแวร์ การตั�งค่า Wi-Fi/Bluetooth ดูภาพบันทึก j±0 k±0 0.5 วินาที ’--.--.-- --:--:-- ตั�งค่าการ์ด กลับ ตั�งค่า W 3  Highlight [W] using FG and press I. 4  Highlight the desired language using FGHI and press the Q button. 2 1 เมนูตั�งค่า X W ไทย s เฟิร์มแวร์ การตั�งค่า Wi-Fi/Bluetooth ดูภาพบันทึก j±0 k±0 ’--.--.-- --:--:-- ตั�งค่าการ์ด 0.5 วินาที กลับ ตั�งค่า W Back Set Hrvatski Dansk Eesti Deutsch Indonesia Norsk Česky English Suomi Ελληνικά Italiano Latviski Polski Български Nederlands Français Magyar Lietuvių k. Português(Pt)
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Shooting 2 25 EN 2 Switching between displays Shooting The camera is equipped with an eye sensor, which turns the viewfinder on when you put your eye to the viewfinder. When you take your eye away, the sensor turns the viewfinder off and turns the monitor on. Monitor Put your eye to the viewfinder Viewfinder 250 250 F5.6 P S-ISON S-ISON ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 L 0.0 F 4K 30p 250 250 F5.6 P 1:02:03 1023 S-ISON S-ISON ISO-A 200 L 0.0 F 4K 30p View through lens shown in monitor View through lens shown in viewfinder • If the viewfinder is not in focus, put your eye to the viewfinder and focus the display by rotating the diopter adjustment dial. Diopter adjustment dial • You can display the EVF Auto Switch setting menu if you press and hold the u button. g [EVF Auto Switch] (P. 137) • When [Off] is selected for [EVF Auto Switch], you can switch displays by pressing the u button. u button $ • Tilting the monitor disables the eye sensor.
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Shooting 2 26 EN Information displays while shooting Monitor display during still photography 250 250 F5.6 L F 4:3 AEL HDR +2.0 +2.0 P off FP +7 +7 -3 -3 +2 +2 S-AF WB AUTO -2.0 28mm S-ISON S-ISON ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 RC 4K 30p 250 250 F5.6 L AEL HDR1 +2.0 +2.0 P off Wi-Fi FP +7 +7 -3 -3 +2 +2 WB AUTO -2.0 28mm S-ISON S-ISON F FHD 30p ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 4:3 S-AF BKT HDR 28mm 1 250 250 F5.6 L N AEL HDR1 +2.0 +2.0 P off Wi-Fi FP +7 +7 -3 -3 +2 +2 WB AUTO -2.0 28mm S-ISON S-ISON F FHD 30p ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 4:3 S-AF m n o p q l k L r 3 4 1 2 7 8 9 0 a b g h 56 ef i c v j d y B x w v u z t s A K E D F G H I J C Monitor display during movie mode 28mm n M-IS M-IS 1 L R L R ISO AUTO C-AF P 1:02:03 WB AUTO L F 4K 30p 0.0 O N M
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Shooting 2 27 EN 1 Card write indicator..........................P. 16 2 Bluetooth® connection status ..............................................P. 142–150 3 Wireless LAN connection starting up ..............................................P. 142–150 4 Wireless LAN connection status ..............................................P. 142–150 5 Super FP flash...............................P. 157 6 RC mode.......................................P. 157 7 HDR.................................................P. 44 8 AE Bracketing..................................P. 48 Focus Bracketing.............................P. 49 9 Handheld Starlight...........................P. 37 0 Multi Focus Shot..............................P. 39 a Multiple exposure....................P. 43, 120 b Keystone compensation..................P. 47 c Digital Tele-converter.....................P. 119 d Time lapse shooting.......................P. 122 e Face priority/Eye priority..................P. 73 f Movie sound..................................P. 125 g Zoom operation direction/Focal length h Internal temperature warning.........P. 167 i Flash................................................P. 75 (blinks: charging in progress, lights up: charging completed) j AF confirmation mark......................P. 30 k Picture mode...........................P. 81, 119 l ISO sensitivity..................................P. 74 m White balance..................................P. 83 n AF mode..........................................P. 84 o Aspect ratio......................................P. 86 p Image quality (still images)..............P. 86 q Record mode (movies)....................P. 87 r Available recording time s Number of storable still pictures....P. 154 t Highlight & shadow control............P. 100 u Top: Flash intensity control..............P. 92 Bottom: Exposure compensation.....P. 71 v Level gauge.....................................P. 28 w Exposure compensation value........P. 71 x Aperture value..........................P. 54–60 y Shutter speed...........................P. 54–60 z Histogram........................................P. 28 A Preview..........................................P. 102 B AE lock..................................P. 102, 138 C Shooting mode.........................P. 29–68 D Touch operation...............................P. 32 E Metering mode.................................P. 95 F Sequential shooting/Self-timer.........P. 77 Silent shooting.................................P. 45 G Flash intensity control......................P. 92 H Flash mode......................................P. 75 I Image stabilizer...............................P. 93 J Battery level.....................................P. 21 K Live guide recall...............................P. 34 L Live view boost..............................P. 133 M Recording level meter....................P. 125 N Silent shooting tab...........................P. 68 O Movie (exposure) mode...................P. 91
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Shooting 2 28 EN Switching the information display You can switch the information displayed in the monitor during shooting using the INFO button. INFO button INFO Level Gauge display (Custom2) 250 250 F5.6 P S-ISON S-ISON ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 0.0 INFO Image Only Histogram display (Custom1) Basic Information* 250 250 F5.6 P S-ISON S-ISON ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 0.0 250 250 F5.6 P S-ISON S-ISON ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 0.0 L F 4K 30p INFO INFO * Not displayed in n mode (movie mode) unless recording is in progress. • You can change Custom1 and Custom2 settings. g [G/Info Settings] > [LV-Info] (P. 133) • The information display screens can be switched in either direction by rotating the front dial while pressing the INFO button. Histogram display A histogram showing the distribution of brightness in the image is displayed. The horizontal axis gives the brightness, the vertical axis the number of pixels of each brightness in the image. During shooting, overexposure is indicated in red, underexposure in blue, and the range metered using spot metering in green. More Less Dark Bright Level gauge display The orientation of the camera is indicated. The “tilt” direction is indicated on the vertical bar and the “horizon” direction on the horizontal bar. The camera is level and plumb when the bars turn green. • Use the indicators on the level gauge as a guide. • Error in the display can be corrected via calibration (P. 137).
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Shooting 2 29 EN Choosing a shooting mode and taking photos Use the mode dial to select the shooting mode, and then shoot the image. Indicator Mode icon Types of shooting modes For how to use the various shooting modes, see the following. Shooting mode Description g B The camera automatically selects the most appropriate shooting mode. 34 SCN The camera automatically optimizes settings for the subject or scene. 36 Z Use for quick access to advanced shooting settings. 40 ART You can shoot with the effect of artistic expression added. 50 P The camera meters subject brightness and automatically adjusts shutter speed and aperture for optimal results. 54 A You choose the aperture and the camera automatically adjusts shutter speed for optimal results. 56 S You choose the shutter speed and the camera automatically adjusts aperture for optimal results. 58 M You choose both the aperture and shutter speed. 60 n Shoot movies of various types. 66 Functions that cannot be selected from menus Some items may not be selectable from the menus when using the arrow pad. • Items that cannot be set with the current shooting mode. • Items that cannot be set because of an item that has already been set: Settings such as picture mode are unavailable when the mode dial is rotated to B.
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Shooting 2 30 EN 1 Rotate the mode dial to choose a mode. 2 Frame the shot. • Be careful that your fingers or the camera strap do not obstruct the lens or AF illuminator. Landscape position Portrait position 3 Adjust the focus. • Display the subject in the center of the monitor, and lightly press the shutter button down to the first position (press the shutter button halfway). The AF confirmation mark (() will be displayed, and a green frame (AF target) will be displayed in the focus location. 250 250 F5.6 1023 1:02:03 28mm ISO-A 200 AF confirmation mark AF target Press the shutter button halfway. • If the AF confirmation mark blinks, the subject is not in focus (P. 164). 4 Release the shutter. • Press the shutter button all the way (fully). • The camera will release the shutter and take a picture. • The shot image will be displayed on the monitor. Press the shutter button all the way. $ • You can focus and take pictures using touch controls. g “Shooting with touch screen operations” (P. 32) • To exit to shooting mode from menus or playback, press the shutter button halfway.
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Shooting 2 31 EN Taking high angle and low angle shots You can change the orientation and angle of the monitor. Lower angle Upper angle Rotating the Monitor: Cautions • Rotate the monitor gently within the limits shown. Do not use force; failure to observe this precaution could damage the connectors. • Do not touch the areas indicated in the illustration. Failure to observe this precaution could damage the product or cause it to malfunction. $ • Inverting the monitor allows you to take pictures of yourself while you preview the frame. g “Taking Photos in Self-Portrait Mode” (P. 69)
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Shooting 2 32 EN Shooting with touch screen operations Tap d to cycle through touch screen settings. 250 250 F5.6 ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 d Tap a subject to focus and automatically release the shutter. This feature is not available in movie mode and during bulb, time, or composite photography. U Touch screen operations are disabled. V Tap to display an AF target and focus on the subject in the selected area. Photographs can be taken by pressing the shutter button. „ „ Previewing the subject (V) 1 Tap the subject in the display. • An AF target will be displayed. • Use the slider to choose the size of the frame. • Tap S to turn off the display of the AF target. 14 14 10 10 7 7 5 5 3x 3x Off 250 250 F5.6 2 Tap Y to zoom in at the frame position. • Use your finger to scroll the display when the picture is zoomed in. • Tap Z to cancel the zoom display. • You cannot resize or zoom in on the target in movie mode. • The situations in which touch screen operations are not available include the following. One-touch WB, while buttons or dials are in use, etc. • Do not touch the display with your fingernails or other sharp objects. • Gloves or monitor covers may interfere with touch screen operation. • You can disable the touch screen operation. g [Touchscreen Settings] (P. 137)
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Shooting 2 33 EN Switching Displays with the u (Shortcut) Button Press the u button to switch to each screen of the selected shooting mode between shots. u (Shortcut) button Mode dial B Live guide (P. 34) SCN Scene mode (P. 36) Change Color Saturation Motion Scenery Nightscapes Indoors Close-ups People Z Advanced photo mode (P. 40) ART Art filter mode (P. 50) Live Composite Effect Off ART 1 ART 1 Pop Art P/A/S/M LV super control panel (P. 80) n Movie mode (P. 66) 250 250 F5.6 P 1023 1:02:03 sRGB Natural S-AF F S Normal WB Auto ISO Auto M-IS S-IS On ± 0 A ± 0 ± 0.0 ± 0 ± 0 ± 0 G ± 0 30p 4K Recommended ISO 4K
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Shooting 2 34 EN Letting the camera choose the settings (AUTO mode) The camera adjusts settings to suit the scene; all you have to do is press the shutter button. Use live guides to easily adjust such parameters as color, brightness, and background blurring. 1 Set the mode dial to B. • In auto mode, the camera automatically selects the scene mode option appropriate to your subject when you press the shutter button halfway. Once the selection has been made, the B icon in the bottom left corner of the display will be replaced by the icon for the chosen scene. 2 To adjust shooting settings, display the live guide by pressing the u button. • Use FG to highlight an item in the live guide and press Q to display a slider. Change Color Saturation Guide item 3 Use FG to position the slider and choose a level. • Press the Q button to save changes. • To exit, press the MENU button. • When [Shooting Tips] is selected, use FG to highlight the item and press the Q button to display the detail. • The effect of the selected level is visible in the display. If [Blur Background] or [Express Motions] is selected, the display will return to normal, but the selected effect will be visible in the final photograph. 0 Clear & Vivid Flat & Muted Slider 4 To set multiple live guides, repeat Steps 2 and 3. • A check is displayed on the guide item for live guides that are already set. • [Blur Background] and [Express Motions] cannot be set at the same time. Change Color Saturation 5 Shoot. • To clear the live guides from the display, press the MENU button. • If [RAW] is currently selected for image quality, image quality will automatically be set to RAW+JPEG. • Certain live guide settings are not applied to the RAW copy. • Pictures may appear grainy at some live guide setting levels.
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Shooting 2 35 EN • Changes to live guide setting levels may not be visible in the monitor. • Frame rates drop the closer the [Express Motions] slider is to [Blurred Motion]. • The flash cannot be used when a live guide is set. • Choosing live guide settings that exceed the limits of the camera exposure meters may result in pictures that are overexposed or underexposed. $ • Touch controls can also be used. One-Touch e-Portrait To enable one-touch e-Portrait so that the camera smooths the complexions of portrait subjects, tap the A (one-touch e-Portrait) icon to turn it on (B). g “Taking Photos in Self-Portrait Mode” (P. 69) 250 250 F5.6 ISO-A 200 1023 1:02:03 One-touch e-Portrait icon
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Shooting 2 36 EN Shooting in scene mode (SCN mode) The camera automatically optimizes settings for the subject or scene. 1 Rotate the mode dial to SCN. 2 Use FGHI to highlight a scene and press the Q button. Motion Scenery Nightscapes Indoors Close-ups People 3 Use HI to highlight a scene mode and press the Q button. • Press the u button to choose a different scene. Portrait 4 Shoot. $ • Touch controls can also be used. Types of scene modes Subject type Scene mode Description People B Portrait Suitable for portrait shooting. Brings out skin texture. e e-Portrait Smooths out skin tones and texture. The camera records two pictures: one with the effect applied and one without. D Portrait + Landscape Suitable for portraits featuring a landscape in the background. Blues, greens, and skin tones are captured beautifully. U Portrait + Nightscape Suitable for portrait shooting against a background of night view. Raise the flash (P. 75). Use of a tripod and remote control via OI.Share is recommended (P. 143, 148). m Children Suitable for photographs of children and other active subjects.
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Shooting 2 37 EN Subject type Scene mode Description Nightscapes G Nightscape Suitable for tripod shooting of night scenes. Use of a tripod and remote control via OI.Share is recommended (P. 143, 148). U Portrait + Nightscape Suitable for portrait shooting against a background of night view. Raise the flash (P. 75). Use of a tripod and remote control via OI.Share is recommended (P. 143, 148). H Handheld Starlight Suitable for shooting night scenes without a tripod. Reduces blur when shooting low light/illuminated scenes. The camera makes eight exposures and combines them into a single photograph. X Fireworks Suitable for shooting fireworks at night. Use of a tripod and remote control via OI.Share is recommended (P. 143, 148). d Light Trails The camera automatically shoots multiple images, takes newly bright areas only, and composites them into a single image. With normal long exposure, an image of light trace such as star trails with bright buildings tends to get too bright. You can capture them without over exposure while checking the progress. Press the shutter button to start shooting, then view the changing result in the monitor and press the shutter button again to end shooting once the desired result is achieved (maximum 3 hours). Use of a tripod and remote control via OI.Share is recommended (P. 143, 148). • Advanced settings can be accessed via live composite photography (dark and light field composite) in M mode (P. 63). Motion C Sport Suitable for fast action shooting. The camera will take photos while the shutter button is pressed. m Children Suitable for photographs of children and other active subjects. J Panning Choose to blur the background behind moving objects. The camera chooses the optimal shutter speed for panning shots based on camera motion.
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Shooting 2 38 EN Subject type Scene mode Description Scenery F Landscape Suitable for landscape shooting. ` Sunset Suitable for shooting the sunset. g Beach & Snow Suitable for shooting at snow-capped mountains, seascapes in the sun, and other whitish scenes. s Panorama Take panoramic photos with a wider angle of view than other shots. • For information on taking photos using this feature, see “Shooting a Panorama” (P. 46), starting from Step 3. E Backlight HDR Suitable for high-contrast scenes. Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes four shots and subsequently merges them into one, correctly exposed image. Indoors W Candlelight Suitable for shots of candlelit scenes. Warm colors are preserved. k Silent s Disable camera sounds and lights in situations in which they may be unwelcome. • For information on taking photos using this feature, see “[Silent s] Mode” (P. 45), starting from Step 2. B Portrait Suitable for portrait shooting. Brings out skin texture. e e-Portrait Smooths out skin tones and texture. The camera records two pictures: one with the effect applied and one without. m Children Suitable for photographs of children and other active subjects. E Backlight HDR Suitable for high-contrast scenes. Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes four shots and subsequently merges them into one, correctly exposed image.
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Shooting 2 39 EN Subject type Scene mode Description Close-ups i Macro Suitable for close-ups. j Nature Macro Suitable for vivid close-ups of flowers or insects. d Documents Suitable for photos of timetables or other documents. The camera heightens the contrast between the text and background. t Multi Focus Shot The camera takes eight photos, varying the focus distance with each shot. • For information on taking photos using this feature, see “[Focus Bracketing]: Varying Focus Distance over a Series of Shots” (P. 49), starting from Step 2. • To maximize the benefits of the scene modes, some of the shooting function settings are disabled. • Some time may be needed to record pictures taken using [e-Portrait]. In addition, when the image quality mode is [RAW], the image is recorded in RAW+JPEG. • Movies cannot be recorded using [e-Portrait], [Handheld Starlight], [Panorama], or [Backlight HDR]. • [Handheld Starlight] pictures taken with [RAW] selected for image quality will be recorded in RAW+JPEG format, with the first frame recorded as a RAW image and the final composite as a JPEG image. • [Backlight HDR] records HDR-processed images in JPEG format. When the image quality mode is set to [RAW], the image is recorded in RAW+JPEG. • In [Panning], J is displayed during panning detection, and I is displayed when nothing is detected. • When using a lens with an image stabilizer switch in [Panning], turn the image stabilizer switch off. Sufficient panning effects may not be obtained in bright conditions. Use a commercially available ND filter to obtain effects more easily.
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Shooting 2 40 EN Shooting in advanced photo mode (Z mode) Use for quick access to advanced shooting settings. 1 Rotate the mode dial to Z. 2 Use HI to highlight an AP mode. • Some modes offer additional options that can be accessed using G. Live Composite 3 Press the Q button to select the highlighted mode. • Press the u button to choose a different mode. If additional options are displayed, press F. $ • In some modes, the front dial can be used for exposure compensation (P. 71) and the rear dial for program shift (P. 55). • Touch controls can also be used. AP Mode Options AP mode Description g Live Composite Record light trails from stars and other objects while keeping exposure constant overall. 41 Live Time Choose for photos of fireworks and night scenery. Make long time exposures at selected shutter speeds. 42 Multiple Exposure Combine two different images on top of one another. 43 HDR Capture details in both highlights and shadows. 44 Silent s Disable camera sounds and lights in situations in which they may be unwelcome. 45 Panorama Take a series of shots that are joined together to create a wide-angle photo. Choose from two angles of view: a wider angle than normal shots (z), or an even wider angle (y). 46 Keystone Compensation Correct the effects of perspective in photos of buildings or landscapes. 47 AE Bracketing Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes a series of photos, varying exposure with each shot. 48 Focus Bracketing Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes a series of eight photos, varying the focus distance with each shot. 49
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Shooting 2 41 EN [Live Composite]: Live Composite Photography Create photos that record light trails from stars and other objects without changing the brightness of the background; during shooting, the changing results can be viewed in the monitor. You can adjust white balance or picture mode and other settings not available with the SCN mode “Light Trails” option. 1 Highlight [Live Composite] in the AP mode menu (P. 40) and press the Q button. 2 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • To reduce blur caused by camera shake, fix the camera securely to a tripod and use a remote shutter release controlled via OI.Share (P. 148). • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 3 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. • The camera configures the proper settings automatically and starts shooting. • After pressing the shutter button, there is a time lag until shooting starts. • The composite image will be displayed at regular intervals. 4 Press the shutter button again to stop shooting. • View the changing result in the monitor and press the shutter button to end shooting once the desired result is achieved. • The recording length in one shooting is up to 3 hours. $ • Advanced settings can be accessed via live composite photography (dark and light field composite) in M mode (P. 63).
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Shooting 2 42 EN [Live Time]: Live Time Photography You can make long exposures without having to keep the shutter button pressed. The changing result can be viewed in the monitor during shooting. 1 Highlight [Live Time] in the AP mode menu (P. 40). 2 Press G, use HI to choose the maximum exposure time, and press the Q button. • The display refresh rate may change automatically depending on the maximum exposure time selected. • The shorter the maximum exposure time, the faster the display refresh rate. 2min 2min 2min 1min 4min Live Time 3 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • To reduce blur caused by camera shake, fix the camera securely to a tripod and use a remote shutter release controlled via OI.Share (P. 148). • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 4 Press the shutter button all the way down to start live time photography. • The camera adjusts settings automatically and begins shooting. • The changing result can be viewed in the monitor. 5 Press the shutter button again to stop shooting. • View the changing result in the monitor and press the shutter button to end shooting once the desired result is achieved. • Shooting ends automatically when the selected exposure time is reached. $ • The long exposure (bulb/time) options in M mode offer more advanced settings (P. 61).
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Shooting 2 43 EN [Multiple Exposure]: Shooting Multiple Exposures Combine two different images on top of one another. 1 Highlight [Multiple Exposure] in the AP mode menu (P. 40) and press the Q button. 2 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 3 Press the shutter button all the way down for the first shot. • a is displayed in green if shooting starts. • The image is shown superimposed on the monitor. • Press D to delete the last shot. 4 Take the second shot. • Use the first image as a guide to compose the second shot. • The camera will not go to sleep while multiple exposure is in effect. • Performing any of the following actions automatically deletes the second shot: The camera is turned off, the q button is pressed, the MENU button is pressed, pressing the u button, rotating the mode dial, the battery power runs out, or any cable is connected to the camera. % • For more information on creating image overlays: g “Combining Pictures (Image Overlay)” (P. 128) $ • Advanced settings can be used when you select [Multiple Exposure] in the P/A/S/M mode. g “Recording multiple exposures in a single image (Multiple Exposure)” (P. 120)
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Shooting 2 44 EN [HDR]: Taking Composite Photos with HDR Capture details in both highlights and shadows. The camera varies exposure over a series of four shots and combines them into a single image. 1 Highlight [HDR] in the AP mode menu (P. 40). 2 Press G, use HI to choose [HDR1] or [HDR2], and press the Q button. HDR1 Four shots are taken, each with a different exposure, and the shots are combined into one HDR image inside the camera. HDR2 provides a more impressive image than HDR1. ISO sensitivity is fixed to 200. HDR2 HDR1 HDR2 HDR1 HDR 3 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 4 Press the shutter button all the way down to start HDR photography. • The camera automatically takes four shots when the shutter button is pressed. • Noise may be more noticeable in photos taken in conditions associated with slow shutter speeds. • For best results, secure the camera by, for example, mounting it on a tripod. • The image displayed in the monitor or viewfinder during shooting differs from the final HDR picture. • The HDR-processed image will be saved as a JPEG file. When the image quality mode is set to [RAW], the image is recorded in RAW+JPEG. • The picture mode is fixed to [Natural] and the color space is fixed to [sRGB].
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Shooting 2 45 EN [Silent s] Mode Disable camera sounds and lights in situations in which they may be unwelcome. 1 Highlight [Silent s] in the AP mode menu (P. 40) and press the Q button. 2 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 3 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. • When the shutter is released, the monitor screen will go dark for a moment. No shutter sound will be emitted. • The desired results may not be achieved under flickering light sources such as fluorescent or LED lamps or if the subject moves abruptly during shooting. • When [Silent s] is selected in the SCN or Z mode, the following measures are undertaken to reduce the sound and light produced by the camera. - - Electronic shutter: Enabled - - 8: Off - - AF Illuminator: Off - - Flash mode: Off • Noise reduction is not available when [Silent s] is selected in the SCN or Z mode. • Note that due to the electronic shutter, the subject may appear to be distorted in photographs if camera moves quickly during shooting or when shooting fast-moving subjects. $ • Press G for sequential/self-timer photography (P. 77). • Advanced settings can be used when you select Silent s photography (P. 78) in the P/A/S/M/ART mode. g “Silent-Mode Options (Silent s Settings)” (P. 123)
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Shooting 2 46 EN Shooting a Panorama Pan the camera following an on-screen guide to create a single wide-angle (panorama) photo. 1 Highlight [Panorama] in the AP mode menu (P. 40). 2 Press G, then use HI to highlight the desired panorama type and press the Q button. z Take panorama photos with a wider angle of view than other shots. y Take panorama photos with a wider angle of view than z. Panorama 3 Highlight a pan direction using FGHI and press the Q button. • You can also select the pan direction using the front and rear dials. 4 Press the shutter button halfway to focus. 5 Press the shutter button the rest of the way down to start shooting, and then pan the camera slowly in the direction indicated by the arrow in the display. • The arrow in the display moves as the camera is panned. • To cancel shooting and return to Step 3, press the MENU button. Cancel Save 6 When the arrow in the display reaches the end of the progress bar, shooting will end and the camera will create a panorama. $ • Focus, exposure, and the like are fixed at the values in effect at the start of shooting. • Before the arrow reaches the end of the progress bar, you can press the Q button or press the shutter button again to end shooting and record a panorama from the data recorded to the current point. • Shooting may be cancelled and an error displayed if: the camera is panned too slowly or too quickly/the camera is panned diagonally/ the camera is panned in the opposite direction to the arrow in the display/the lens is zoomed in or out/panning does not start within a set period • Panorama photography may be unavailable with some lenses.
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Shooting 2 47 EN [Keystone Compensation] Keystone distortion due to the influence of lens focal length and proximity to the subject can be corrected, or enhanced to exaggerate the effects of perspective. Keystone compensation can be previewed in the monitor during shooting. The corrected image is created from a smaller crop, slightly increasing the effective zoom ratio. 1 Highlight [Keystone Compensation] in the AP mode menu (P. 40) and press the Q button. 2 Frame the shot and adjust keystone compensation while viewing your subject in the display. • Use the front and rear dials to choose the compensation amount. • Use FGHI to choose the area to be recorded. Depending on the compensation amount, you may be unable to choose the area recorded. • Press and hold the Q button to cancel any changes. 250 250 F5.6 • To adjust exposure compensation and other shooting options while keystone compensation is in effect, press the INFO button to view a display other than keystone compensation adjustment. To resume keystone compensation, press the INFO button until keystone compensation adjustment is displayed. 3 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 4 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. • As the compensation amount increases: - - The image will become coarser - - The zoom ratio of the crop will increase - - It will no longer be possible to reposition the crop in both the vertical and horizontal displays • Photos are recorded in RAW+JPEG format when [RAW] is selected for image quality. • The desired results may not be obtained with converter lenses. • Depending on the amount of correction, some AF targets may be outside the display area. An icon (g, h, i or j) is displayed when the camera focuses on an AF target outside the display area. • If a focus distance is selected for [Image Stabilizer], the correction will be adjusted for the selected focus distance. Except when using a Micro Four Thirds or Four Thirds lens, choose a focal length using the [Image Stabilizer] option (P. 93).
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Shooting 2 48 EN [AE Bracketing]: Varying Exposure over a Series of Shots Take a series of photos, varying exposure with each shot. 1 Highlight [AE Bracketing] in the AP mode menu (P. 40). 2 Press G, use HI to choose the number of shots, and press the Q button. 3f Take 3 shots, the first at optimal exposure (±0.0 EV), the second at −1.0 EV, and the third at +1.0 EV. 5f Take 5 shots, the first at optimal exposure (±0.0 EV), the second at −1.3 EV, the third at −0.7 EV, the fourth at +0.7 EV, and the fifth at +1.3 EV. 5f 3f 5f AE Bracketing 3 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 4 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. • Take the set number of shots. • The t indicator turns green during bracketing. • The camera brackets the value currently selected for exposure compensation.
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Shooting 2 49 EN [Focus Bracketing]: Varying Focus Distance over a Series of Shots Each time the shutter button is pressed, the camera takes a series of eight photos, varying the focus distance with each shot. 1 Highlight [Focus Bracketing] in the AP mode menu (P. 40). 2 Press G, use HI to choose the amount focus distance changes with each shot, and press the Q button. The focus distance changes by a small amount with each shot. The focus distance changes by a large amount with each shot. Focus Bracketing 3 Press the shutter button halfway down to focus. • If the focus indicator blinks, the camera is not in focus. 4 Press the shutter button all the way down to shoot. • The camera takes eight photos, varying the focus distance with each shot. The camera will take pictures at, and at distances in front of and behind, the focus distance chosen when the shutter button is pressed halfway. • The t indicator turns green during bracketing. • Focus bracketing ends if zoom is adjusted during shooting. • Shooting ends when focus reaches ) (infinity). • Focus bracketing uses the electronic shutter. • Focus bracketing is not available with lenses that have mounts conforming to the Four Thirds or some Micro Four Thirds standards.
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Shooting 2 50 EN Using art filters (ART mode) Using art filters, you can easily have fun with artistic effects. 1 Rotate the mode dial to ART. 2 Use HI to highlight a filter. • The slider appears on the display when [Pop Art I] or [Soft Focus] is highlighted. Use the slider to adjust the degree of the art filter effect (P. 53). Effect Off ART 1 ART 1 Pop Art Slider 3 Press G, and highlight an effect using HI. • The effects available vary with the selected filter (Soft Focus Effect, Pin Hole Effect, Frame Effect, White Edge Effect, Star Light Effect, Color Filter, Monochrome Color, Blur Effect, or Shade Effect). Off ART 1 ART 1 Frame Effect 4 Press G to adjust exposure compensation. • The slider will appear on the display. • Rotate the front dial to adjust exposure compensation. • Choose positive (“+”) values to make pictures brighter, negative (“–”) values to make pictures darker. Exposure can be adjusted by ±5.0 EV. During live view, the brightness of the monitor will be adjusted to a maximum of only ±3.0 EV. If the exposure exceeds ±3.0 EV, the exposure bar will begin flashing. • To reset exposure compensation, press and hold the Q button. Effect Off ART 1 ART 1 Exposure/Brightness 0.0 0.0 Exposure bar Slider 5 Press the Q button. 6 Shoot. • Press the u button to choose a different art filter. If effects are displayed, press F. If [Exposure/Brightness] is displayed, press G.

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