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[. . . ] (P21) When you do not use the card, you can record or play back pictures on the built-in memory. (P23) Refer to P24 when you use a card. Turn the camera on to take pictures. 1 Set the mode dial to []. (P44) OFF ON -5- Before Use Play back the pictures. 1 Press [(]. (P58) -6- Before Use Standard Accessories Check that all the accessories are supplied before using the camera. [. . . ] [MULTI FILM 1] is set to [STANDARD], [MULTI FILM 2] is set to [STANDARD]( ), and [MULTI FILM 3] is set to [OFF] at the time when this camera is purchased. The [MULTI FILM] setting is released when the power has been turned off (including Sleep Mode). [AUTO BRACKET], [ASPECT BRACKET], [BURST] or White Balance Bracket will be disabled when the [MULTI FILM] is set. Motion pictures are recorded with the settings for the [MULTI FILM 1] setting. - 126 - Advanced (Recording pictures) [PICTURE SIZE] For details on [REC] Mode menu settings, refer to P28. The higher the numbers of pixels, the finer the detail of the pictures will appear even when they are printed onto large sheets. Applicable modes: When the aspect ratio is [1:1]. This item cannot be set in the Intelligent Auto Mode. (7. 5M) (5. 5M (3. 5M (2. 5M (0. 2M ) ) ) ) 2736k2736 pixels 2304k2304 pixels 1920k1920 pixels 1536k1536 pixels 480k480 pixels When the aspect ratio is [4:3]. (10M) (7M (5M (3M (2M (0. 3M ) 3648k2736 pixels 3072k2304 pixels 2560k1920 pixels 2048k1536 pixels 1600k1200 pixels 640k480 pixels ) ) ) ) When the aspect ratio is [3:2]. (9. 5M) (6. 5M (4. 5M (3M (2. 5M (0. 3M ) ) ) ) ) 3776k2520 pixels 3168k2112 pixels 2656k1768 pixels 2112k1408 pixels 2048k1360 pixels 640k424 pixels - 127 - Advanced (Recording pictures) When the aspect ratio is [16:9]. (9M) (6M (4. 5M (2. 5M (2M (0. 2M ) ) ) ) ) 3968k2232 pixels 3328k1872 pixels 2784k1568 pixels 2208k1248 pixels 1920k1080 pixels 640k360 pixels Note "EZ" is an abbreviation of "Extra Optical Zoom". The higher the numbers of pixels, the finer the picture will be when it is printed on a large piece of paper or displayed on a PC monitor. A Many pixels (Fine) B Few pixels (Rough) These pictures are examples to show the effect. The Extra Optical Zoom does not work in [HIGH SENS. ], [HI-SPEED BURST] and [FLASH BURST] in Scene Mode so the picture size for [ ] is not displayed. Pictures may appear in mosaic depending on the subject and the recording conditions. Use to match the condition when taking photographs. 1 2 Select [ 1 ] or [ 2 ] and then press 1. Aim the camera at a sheet of white paper etc. , so that the frame in the centre is filled by the white object only and then press [MENU/SET]. White Balance may not be set when the subject is too bright or too dark. Set the White Balance again after adjusting to appropriate brightness. Finely adjusting the White Balance [ ] You can finely adjust the White Balance when you cannot acquire the desired hue by setting the White Balance. 1 2 Select [WHITE BALANCE] and then press 1. 2 1 3 4 : : : : A (AMBER: ORANGE) B (BLUE: BLUISH) G_ (GREEN: GREENISH) M` (MAGENTA: REDDISH) change to orange. If you finely adjust the White Balance to B (blue), the White Balance icon on the screen will change to blue. If you finely adjust the White Balance to G_ (green) or M` (magenta), [_] (green) or [`] (magenta) appears beside the White Balance icon on the screen. Select the centre point if you are not finely adjusting the White Balance. The White Balance fine adjustment setting is reflected in the picture when using the flash. You can finely adjust the White Balance independently for each White Balance item. The White Balance fine adjustment setting is memorised even if the camera is turned off. [. . . ] If the battery was inserted or removed without first turning the camera's power off, the folder and file numbers for the pictures taken will not be stored in the memory. When the power is then turned back on and pictures are taken, they may be stored under file numbers which should have been assigned to previous pictures. [AGE] is not displayed correctly. The lens barrel retracts about 15 seconds after switching from [REC] Mode to [PLAYBACK] Mode. When the camera is left alone, the slide show is suddenly displayed. Press a button to return the camera to the original screen. - 227 - Others Number of Recordable Pictures and Available Recording Time The number of recordable pictures and the available recording time are an approximation. [. . . ]

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