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[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.

Attention In case that no unit is attached to the GXR body, the Shooting menu will not be displayed.
Actual items displayed in the shooting menu will vary depending on the unit that it is attached to. Some items may not be displayed in the shooting menu.

Shooting menu operations

  • 1Press the [MENU/OK] button in a Shooting mode.

    Press the [MENU/OK] button in a Shooting mode.

  • The Shooting menu appears.

    The Shooting menu appears.
    (The page 1/3)

  • With the SCENE mode, press the [Fn1] button (the left direction key) to select the [MODE] tab. Then press the [-] button (the down direction key) once to display the Shooting menu. See below for details on the SCENE mode operations.

    About the SCENE modes.

    Direction keys

  • [References]

  • In the menu operations, the direction buttons works as follows.
  • [Fn1] button : move left Fn1 : left
  • [Fn2] button : move right Fn2 : right
  • [+] button : move up + : up
  • [-] button : move down - : down

  • 2Press [+] or [-] button to select a menu item. If you press the [-] button in the last item, the next screen will be displayed. Or, pressing the [-] button while pressing the DIRECT button will also move to the next screen.

    (Shooting setting screen 2/3)
    (Shooting setting screen 2/3)

    (Shooting setting screen 3/3)
    (Shooting setting screen 3/3)

  • 3Press [Fn2] button 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.

  • 4Press [+] or [-] button to select an option.


  • 5Press the [MENU/OK] button. Or, press [Fn1] button 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 the 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]

items Options, [Default]
Picture Quality/Size RAW *1, [L *1 4.3 N], M *1, 5M 4:3F, 3M 4:3F, 1M 4:3F, VGA 4:3F
Exposure Metering [Multi], Center, Spot
Image Settings Vivid, [Standard], natural, Black & White, B&W (TE), Setting1, Setting2
Continuous Mode [Off], Continuous, M-Cont+(HI), M-Cont+(LO)
Auto Bracket [Off], AE-BKT, WB-BKT, CL-BKT
Flash Exposure Compensation +2.0, +1.7, +1.3, +1.0, +0.7, +0.3, [0.0], -0.3, -0.7, -1.0, -1.3, -1.7, -2.0 (1/3EV increments)
Manual Flash Amount Full, 1/1.4, [1/2], 1/2.8, 1/4, 1/5.6, 1/8, 1/11, 1/16, 1/22, 1/32, 1/64
Flash Synchro Settings [1st Curtain], 2nd Curtain
Noise Reduction [Off], AUTO, Weak, Strong MAX
Noise Reduction ISO All, Over ISO 201, [Over ISO 401], Over ISO 801, ISO 3200,
Custom Self-Timer Pictures : from 1 to 10 pictures [2 pics]
Interval : from 5 to 10 seconds [5 sec.]
Interval Shooting [[0 sec.], 5 seconds to 1 hour
Date Imprint [Off], Date, Date and Time
Exposure Compensation [0.0]
±4.0 (1/2EV or 1/3EV increments)
White Balance Auto, [Multi-P Auto], Outdoors, Cloudy, Incandescent 1, Incandescent 2, Fluorescent, M (Manual), CT
White Balance Compensation [A:0, G:0]
Correction color tones for Green, Magenta, Blue, Amber
ISO Setting [Auto] / Auto-Hi / ISO-LO / ISO 200 / ISO 250 / ISO 320 / ISO 400 / ISO 500 / ISO 640 / ISO 800 / ISO 1000 / ISO 1250 / ISO 1600 / ISO 2000 / ISO 2500 / ISO 3200
Restore Defaults *2 -
Magnification Ratio [2x], 4x, 8x
Focus Assist [Off], On
Peripheral illum. +3, +2, +1, [Off], -1, -2, -3
Distortion Correction Barrel: High, Barrel: Medium, Barrel: Low, [Off], Pincushion:L, Pincushion: M, Pincushion: H
Color Shading Correction R(Red) -4 ~ +4, B(Blue) -4 ~ +4
Flash Shut Sped Lim [Auto], 1/2, 1/4, 1/8, 1/15, 1/30, 1/60, 1/125
Switch Shooting Mode -
* options in the MY1 ~ MY3
Plus Normal Shooting [Off], On
* options in some SCENE modes.
Contrast [MAX], -1, -2
* options for the High Contrast B&W scene mode
Soft Focus Options Weak, [Strong]
* options in the Soft Focus scene mode
Hue [Basic], Magenta, Yellow
* options for the Cross Process scene mode
Contrast +2, +1, [Normal]
* options for the Cross Process scene mode
Vig. (Cross Process) [Off], Weak, Strong
* options for the Cross Process scene mode
Vig. (Toy Camera) Off, [Weak], Strong
* options for the Toy Camera scene mode
Toy Color Off, [On]
* options for the Toy Camera scene mode
Movie Size [HD 1280], VGA 640, QVGA 320
* options for Movie (scene mode)

  • *1 RAW, L, and M have sub-options for aspect ratio (16:9, 4:3, 3:2. 1:1), and compression ratio.
  • *2 Only available at the mode dial position is Auto .
Answer ID: gxr08099
Date created: August 31, 2011
Date modified: --
Product: GXR (GXR MOUNT A12)
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware specifications
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