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[Question] What is the backlight compensation function?

You can use the backlight compensation function in Easy shooting mode.
This feature is useful when the main subject looks too dark in stuaitons such as shooting a dark subject against a bright background.

At the time of purchase, [Backlight Comp] is assigned to the Fn (Function) button in Easy shooting mode. You can therefore toggle the backlight compensation function on and off during shooting by pressing the Fn button.

You can therefore toggle the backlight compensation function on and off during shooting by pressing the Fn button.

Press the Fn button to turn backlight compensation on. The symbol appears on the screen.

Press the Fn button to turn backlight compensation on. The symbol appears on the screen.

Pressing the Fn button again turns backlight compensation off.

[Backlight Comp] can only be set in Easy shooting mode.
[Backlight Comp] cannot be used during macro shooting.

If you have changed the function registered to the Fn button, turn the mode dial to EASY and then set [Backlight Comp] for [Set Fn Button] in the setup menu.

If you have changed the function registered to the Fn button, turn the mode dial to EASY and then set [Backlight Comp] for [Set Fn Button] in the setup menu.

See the FAQ below for information on how to change the settings of [Set Fn Button] in the setup menu.
[How do I assign a function to the Fn (Function) button?]
 

Answer ID: EDC09029
Date created: July 9, 2009
Date modified: --
Product: CX1
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware Operations


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