[Question] Details on the Shooting menu

In order to display the Shooting menu, press the [MENU/OK] button in a Shooting mode.
The Shooting menu allows you to change various shooting settings.

1 Press the [MENU/OK] button in a Shooting mode.
1 Press the [MENU/OK] button in a Shooting mode.
  The Shooting menu appears.
The Shooting menu appears.
  • With the SCENE mode, press Left to select the [MODE] tab. Then press Down once to display the Shooting menu. See below for details on the SCENE mode operations.
  • What are SCENE modes ?
2 Press Down or Up to select a menu item. If you press Down in the last item, the next screen will be displayed.
  (Shooting setting screen 2/3)
  (Shooting setting screen 2/3)
(Shooting setting screen 3/3)
(Shooting setting screen 3/3)

3 Press Right to display the available options.
The screenshot below shows the example when [Picture Quality/Size] has been selected.
the example when [Picture Quality/Size] has been selected.
4 Press Down or Up to select an option.

5 Press the [MENU/OK] button. Or, press Left and then press the [MENU/OK] button. The setting is fixed, it exits the shooting menu , and returns to the shooting screen.

Or some setting menu will return to the Setup menu. In this case, press the [MENU/OK] button once again, then it will return to the shooting screen.
  • * The method of selecting the settings may vary depending on the function.

[Items in the Shooting menu]

Option Default
Picture Quality/Size N3648(10M)
Focus Multi AF
Snap Focus Distance 2.5m
Full Press Snap On
Pre-AF Off
Exposure Metering Multi
Image Settings Standard
Continuous Mode Off
Auto Bracket Off
Flash Exposure Compensation 0.0
Manual Flash Amount 1/2
Flash Synchro Settings 1st Curtain
Noise Reduction Off
Noise Reduction ISO Over ISO 401
Interval Shooting -
Date Imprint Off
Exposure Compensation *1 0.0
White Balance Multi-P AUTO
White Balance Compensation A:0, G:0
ISO Setting Auto
Restore Defaults *2 -
Auto Aperture Shift *3 Off
Switch Shooting Mode *4 -

  • *1Not available in M mode.
  • *2Only available in Auto Shooting mode.
  • *3Only available in A mode.
  • *4 Only available in MY1, MY2 or MY3.
  • *In the SCENE mode, the shooting menu items are different to the above table.

Answer ID: EDCG09338
Date created: October 22, 2009
Date modified: December 22, 2009
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Category: Hardware Operations
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