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In some situations different angles of shooting may be required for more dramatic results.
1 OPEN LCD MONITOR 2 TILT LCD MONITOR
Make sure the LCD monitor is fully open. Tilt the LCD monitor in the most convenient direction. â¢The LCD monitor can rotate almost full circle (270Â°: 90Â° downward, 180Â° upward).
The person you shoot can view himself/herself in the LCD monitor, and you can even shoot yourself while viewing your own image in the LCD monitor.
1 TILT LCD MONITOR UPWARD
Open the LCD monitor and tilt it upward to 180 degrees so that it faces forward. â¢When the LCD monitor is tilted upward to an angle of over approx. 105 degrees, the monitor image is inverted vertically, and the viewfinder also switches on.
2 START RECORDING
Point the lens toward the subject (yourself when selfrecording) and start recording. â¢During Interface Shooting, the monitor image and indications do not appear inverted as they would when viewing a mirror.
The monitored image can be viewed on the LCD monitor and in the viewfinder.
You can adjust the brightness of the LCD monitor by turning the BRIGHT Dial.
1 ADJUST BRIGHTNESS
If you want to brighten the image . . . Turn the Dial towards â+â. If you want to darken the image . . . Turn the Dial towards âââ.