„Adjust the Image Quality
Adjust the image quality using the [Image Adjustment] tab
in the [Advanced Camera Settings] dialog box.
[Image Adjustment] tab
The settings change according to the selected
Automatically control the exposure.
Specify the shutter speed.
Reduce flicker from light sources, such as
fluorescent lighting. The shutter speed is
automatically adjusted according to the lighting
conditions.The following exposure compensation setting is
displayed when [Auto], [Auto (Shutter Priority)] or [Auto
(Flickerless)] is selected.
[Compensation]: Specify exposure compensation using
seven levels, from -3 to +3 (alternately [Off],
[Low], [Medium], [High]). Select negative
values to darken the image and positive values
to lighten the image.
[Metering Mode]: Specify the metering mode setting:
[Center-weighted], [Average], or [Spot].
[Shutter]: Specify the shutter speed when [Exposure] is
set to [Auto (Shutter Priority)] using 12 levels,
from 1/8 to 1/8000 seconds.
The settings may be different for different camera models. For
details, see the camera manual.
[Center-weighted] Meters the entire scene, with an
emphasis on the center. Correct
exposure is obtained for a subject
near the center of the scene, even
though the periphery may be slightly
darker or lighter. Use for subjects that
are in the center of the scene.
[Average] Meters an average of the entire scene.
A uniform exposure is obtained even
when the scene has significant
differences in brightness.
Use for scenes where, for example,
cars are passing through or people
are entering and exiting.
[Spot] Meters the center of the scene.
The correct exposure is obtained for a
subject near the center of the scene,
irrespective of the brightness of the
Use if the subject is lit by a spotlight or
is backlit, where the exposure should
be adjusted to the center of the