GR DIGITAL IV : Is an antiblur function available with the GR DIGITAL IV ?
Yes. The GR DIGITAL IV has the antiblur function.
The camera adopts Image sensor shift stabilizer, which will effect shutter speed equivalent in 3.2 steps at maximum.
The Antiblur function will work when the Camera Shake Correction is enabled in the Shooting menu. The default setting is [On].
See the FAQ below for the shooting menu operations.
[Preventing Camera Shake]In order to prevent camera shake, gently press the shutter release button. If the camera moves while pressing the shutter release, the captured image may become blurred.
The following cases could be examples that may cause camera shake.
- •When shooting in a dark place without flash
- •When using the zoom feature
- •When shooting with long time exposure
When the camera shake warning symbol appears in the screen, it indicates that camera shake may occur. Try the following.
- •Enable the Camera Shake Correction option
- •Set the flash to [Auto] or [On]
- •Raise the ISO sensitivity
- •Use a self-timer option
- • The Camera Shake Correction function is not available when the shutter speed set to [B], [T], or more than 1 second in [M] mode, a custom setting is selected for the Self-Timer, or using an optional cable switch (CA-2).
- • The camera shake correction function cannot prevent the blur caused by the movement of the subject.
- • The result of the camera shake correction will vary depending on shooting conditions.
- •The camera shake correction feature works in the [S-Auto] mode or in [Night Landscape Multi-shot] in the SCENE mode. But the option is not displayed in the Shooting menu and the setting cannot be changed.
- •The camera shake correction feature will not prevent movement of the shooting subject (caused by wind, etc.)
- •The result of the camera shake correction will vary depending on shooting conditions.
Date created: September 16, 2011
Date modified: November 14, 2011
Product: GR DIGITAL IV
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Category: Hardware specifications
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