Camera functions and instructions
Focusing on an animal’s or bird’s eyes
The procedure for shooting by focusing on the eyes of an animal or bird is introduced below.
With Custom key, Memory, and other registration features, functions of some of the camera’s keys can be changed according to the user’s preference.
This guide provides information on the flash performance, flash sync speed, and Live View display based on shutter types.
During continuous shooting, you can record a maximum of 30 images per second. The continuous shooting speed and availability of the autofocus tracking function may vary depending on the shooting conditions.
By establishing a wired or wireless (Wi-Fi) connection between the camera and a computer, you can use a computer to operate the camera.
Pixel Shift Multi Shooting
By shifting the image sensor and capturing multiple RAW images, Pixel Shift Multi Shooting produces high resolution images that are unachievable in regular shooting modes.
Characteristics of HEIF format
In addition to recording images in the JPEG format, which comes as standard with conventional cameras, you can record images in the newly featured HEIF format.
(Movie) Characteristics of each file format
This website describes the setting method of each movie file format and their characteristics.