CX4 FAQs - By Product

[Question] How do I adjust the light intensity of the flash (Flash exposure compensation)?

You can set the light intensity from -2.0 EV to +2.0 EV in increments of 1/3 EV.

The procedures for this setting are shown below.

  • 1Turn the mode dial to a shooting mode.

    Turn the mode dial to a shooting mode.

  • 2Press the [MENU] button to display the shooting menu.

    Press the [MENU] button to display the shooting menu.

  • 3Press the [ADJ./OK] buttonDown to select [Flash Exposure Compensation], and press the button Right (Flash).

    Press the [ADJ./OK] button down to select [Flash Exposure Compensation], and press the button to the right.
    Press the [ADJ./OK] button down to select [Flash Exposure Compensation], and press the button to the right.

  • 4The flash exposure compensation bar appears.
    The flash exposure compensation bar appears.
    Press the [ADJ./OK] buttonUp Down to make the setting.
  • 5Press the [ADJ./OK] button.
    The setting appears on the screen, except when the flash mode has been set to [Flash Off].

    The setting appears on the screen, except when the flash mode has been set to [Flash Off].

[Caution]
* Flash exposure compensation may not work outside the flash range.
See About the flash. for more information about the flash range.
* The configured value is displayed when the flash is enabled (other than [Flash Off]). The Flash exposure compensation will not work when the flash mode is set to [Flash Off].

[Note]
For flash operations, see About the flash.

Answer ID: edc04039
Date created: November 17, 2010
Date modified: November 19, 2010
Product: CX4
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware operations


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