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[Question] What is the Auto bracketing?

The Auto bracketing function automatically takes three consecutive shots at three exposure levels (-0.5EV, ±0, and +0.5EV) based on the set exposure level.

The procedures for Auto bracketing are shown below.

1 Turn the mode dial to shooting mode.
 

Turn the mode dial to shooting mode.


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

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


3 Press the [ADJ./OK] button down to select [Auto Bracket], and press the button Down.
 

Press the [ADJ./OK] button down
select [Auto Bracket]


4 Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up Down to select [On].
 

select [On]

5 Press the [ADJ./OK] button.
The display returns to the shooting screen, and the symbol is displayed on the picture display.
 

the symbol is displayed on the picture display.

6 Press the shutter release button to shoot the picture. 'Recording' is displayed.
  'Recording'
 

Three consecutive shots are taken at -0.5EV, ±0, and +0.5EV based on the set exposure compensation setting. The three still images displayed on the picture display after shooting are, from left to right, at -0.5EV (darker), standard exposure compensation setting, and +0.5EV (brighter).


  • The exposure compensation can be changed using the shooting menu.
  • [White Balance] functions according to the [Auto] setting even if it is set to [Multi-P AUTO].
  • This function is not available in Dynamic range double-shot, Easy shooting mode or Continuous mode.
  • This function cannot be used when [Focus] is set to [Multi-trgt AF].
  • The flash cannot be used.
  • The [Time Exposure] setting is disabled.
  • You can toggle this function on and off by pressing the Fn (Function) button if [AT-BKT] has been assigned to the Fn button using [Set Fn Button].
    See the FAQ below for more information about [Set Fn Button].
  • How do I assign functions to the Fn (Function) button?

 
Answer ID: EDC09010
Date created: July 9, 2009
Date modified: --
Product: CX1
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware Operations
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