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How to adjust the aperture value of the DSCRX camera while recording a movie.

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To adjust the aperture value of the camera while recording a movie, follow the steps below.

  1. On the camera, set the Mode dial to Movie Icon (Movie).
  2. Press the Fn button.
  3. Select Aperture Priority (Aperture Priority) or Manual Exposure (Manual Exposure).
  4. Using the Aperture ring, set your desired aperture value while recording the movie.

Changing the aperture value while recording movies may produce a clicking sound. This is normal operation. If the clicking sound is affecting the quality of the recorded movies, do any of the following.

  • Set the Aperture Click Switch to OFF.
  • Set the Audio Recording setting to Off.
    1. On the camera, press the MENU button.
    2. Select Camera Settings.
    3. Select Audio Recording.
    4. Select Off.
  • Adjust the Audio Rec Level setting.
    1. On the camera, press the MENU button.
    2. Select Camera Settings.
    3. Select Audio Record Level.
    4. Select your preferred setting.
  • Use an external microphone (sold separately).

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    For customers in the United States: https://www.sony.com/retailers