Selects an exposure mode.
If [Auto] is selected in [Day/Night], select either [Auto], [Auto (Flickerless)], [Auto (Shutter-priority AE)] or [Auto (Aperture-priority AE)] for
Automatically controls the exposure.
Automatically adjusts the shutter speed according to the brig htness of the usage environment. Video flickering caused
by fluorescent lights, etc., is reduced.
[Auto (Shutter-priority AE)]
Automatically adjusts the apertu re and gain according to the specified [Shutter Speed].
[Auto (Aperture-priority AE)]
Automatically adjusts the gain and shutter speed according to the specified [Aperture].
Manually set [Shutter Speed ], [Aperture], and [Gain].
Cannot be set when [Smart Shad e Control] is set to [Auto].
Select the Auto Gain Control (AGC) limit value for incr easing gain to brighten video in low light conditions.
The greater the value, the higher the sensitivity will become, but video noise will increase.
If [Exposure] is set to [Auto], [Auto (F lickerless)], or [Auto (Aperture-priority AE)], a minimum shutter speed from can be
selected. If you select [Disable], the minimum shutter speed is [1/30] seconds.
Slower shutter speeds generate afterimages in video when capturing a moving subject.
When [Auto (Shutter-priority AE)] or [M anual] is selected for [Exposure], you can select the shutter speed.
If [Auto (Shutter-priority AE)] is set, a speed from [1/2] to [1/16000] seconds can be selected.
If [Manual] is set, a speed from [1/1] to [1/16000] seconds can be selected.
When capturing a moving subject, selecting a higher shutter speed can reduce blurry video capture.
If [Auto (Aperture-priority AE)] or [Manual] is selected for [Exposure], set a desired aperture.
Moving the slider to the left closes the aperture and darkens the image. Moving the slider to the right opens the aperture
and brightens the image.
If [Manual] is selected for [Exposure], se t the sensitivity to affect brightness.
Moving the slider to the left darkens the video, and moving it to the right brightens video.
When [Exposure] is set other than [Man ual], you can adjust the brightness of the video by selecting the [Exposure
[AGC Limit] will not function if [Exposure] is set to [Manual] or [Auto (Flickerless)].
Minimum subject illumination ma y change when [AGC Limit] is set.
If a traffic signal, electronic scoreboard, etc. is captured the video may flicker. In this case, try changing [Exposure] to [ Auto (Shutter-
priority AE)] and then select a shutter speed lower than 1/100 seconds so that the condition improves.
Setting a slow shutter speed may prevent the intelligent functi on from working correctly. Select a shutter speed that suits the capture
conditions and purpose.