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Auto High Dynamic Range (HDR) is a function used only for still images. This function captures three images of different exposure values, and then merges them inside the camera system. As a result, it expands the dynamic range of the photo, almost to the level seen by human eyes from shadow to highlight.
- When you press the shutter release button once, three images of different exposure value are captured continuously.
- You can set the exposure level difference between 1.0EV and 6.0EV in addition to Auto mode.
- It takes approximately four seconds for processing.
- It detects and corrects any misalignment between images.
- When camera shake or subject blur occurs, you may not obtain good HDR images. In such cases, HDR! is displayed on the recorded image. Take the shot again if necessary.