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[Question] What is the Dynamic range double-shot mode?
The "dynamic range" of a digital camera refers to the range of brightness that can be processed by the camera.
When you shoot a scene with a high contrast between sunlight and shade, the bright areas appear overly bright and the image does not look natural. This is because the range of brightness that can be processed by the camera is narrower than that of the human eye.
When you shoot with CX1's dynamic range double-shot mode, the scene is reproduced with a smooth transition from the bright areas to the dark areas, allowing you to capture a more natural-looking image.
|•||In dynamic range double-shot mode, two consecutive still images are shot with different exposures and then the areas with the appropriate exposure are combined together. If you select [Plus Normal Shooting] in the shooting menu, you can record an image taken with normal shooting together with an image shot with expanded dynamic range.|
|•||This mode uses a longer shooting time than other modes, so be careful of camera shake when taking pictures. The symbol is always displayed.|
|1||Turn the mode dial to DR.|
|2||Press the shutter release button to shoot the picture.|
Date created: July 9, 2009
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