RICOH PX FAQs - By Product

[Question] What is the [High Contrast B&W] in the Premium Shot mode ?

This mode will be for taking a higher contrast B&W picture than those in normal B&W mode. It will produce grainy images similar to those taken with highly sensitive film or high grain film developing.
By changing the ISO sensitivity value, you will be able to control grainy tones.

High cotrast sample
High contrast B&W example

With normal shooting mode    With B&W mode
Example for normal shooting mode (left), and B&W mode (right)

High Contrast B&W operations

  • 1 The High contrast B&W mode is located in the Premium Shot mode.

    Premium shot > Hight Contrast B&W

  • For the Premium Shot mode operations, see the FAQ below.
  • About the Premium Shot Modes.
  • 2Pressing Exposure button button will display the bar in the screen to adjust the brightness.

    Exposure button

  • 3Use the Premium button (up) and Exposure button button (down) to adjust the brightness, then press the MENU/OK button to fix the setting.

    Brightness adjustment example

[Plus Normal Shooting option]

  • [Plus Normal Shooting] option is available in the Shooting menu. If it is set to [On], the camera will record two images by adding an image taken with normal shooting to a High Contrast B&W image.

    Plus Normal Shooting option

  • * To control grainy tones, try changing the ISO sensitivity in the Shooting menu.

Note[Note]

Available settings/options vary depending on the shooting mode.
Available [Shooting menu] chart in each shooting mode.

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Answer ID: px01106
Date created: June 10, 2011
Date modified: --
Product: RICOH PX
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware operations
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