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Program AE With Special Effects
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Set the Power Switch to âPRO.â. Press P.AE repeatedly until the desired modeâs name and indication appear. They are displayed for approx. 2 seconds, then the name disappears so that only the indication remains. The mode is activated. To cancel the effect, press P.AE repeatedly until âOFFâ appears. âOFFâ is displayed for approx. 2 seconds.
NOTES: â Only one mode can be engaged at a time. â The screen becomes slightly reddish when the Fade/ Wipe ( pg. 18) is used in the Sepia mode. â The screen becomes slightly dark in the High Speed Shutter mode. Use in well-lit situations. â In the âHigh Speed Shutterâ or âSportsâ modes, picture color may be adversely affected if the subject is lit by alternating discharge-type light sources such as flourescent or mercury-vapor lights.
The scene being shot is recorded in sepia-tinted (reddish-brown) monochrome, giving the effect of an older movie. Use together with Wide ( pg. 21) for the authentic look of a classic Hollywood movie.
Dusk, twilight scenery, fireworks, etc., look more natural and dramatic. The following happens when Twilight mode is selected: â¢Auto gain control is turned off. â¢White Balance is set to â :FINEâ (day mode), but can also be manually changed to another mode ( pg. 27). â¢Auto Focus becomes available only in the range of 10 m (32 ft.) to infinity. To focus when the subjectto-camera distance is less than 10 m (32 ft.), use manual focusing ( pg. 26).
High shutter speed clearly captures fast-moving action.
A black mist darkens the picture, as when an ND filter is used. Helps to counter the effects of glare on the subject.
Captures faster action than Sports mode.
Makes the picture look misty white, as when an external fog filter is attached to the lens. Softens the image and gives it a âfantasyâ look.
The colors of a picture are reversed.
NEGA POSI mode