Operations
Instruction Manual
Owner’s Record
The model and serial numbers are located on the bottom.
Record the serial number in the space provided below.
Refer to these numbers if you evr need to call your Hasselblad
dealer regarding this product.
Model No. _________________________
Serial No. __________________________
WARNING
To reduce fire or shock hazard, do not expose the
unit to rain or moisture.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
DANGER - TO REDUCE THE RISK OF
FIRE OR ELECTRIC SHOCK, CAREFULLY
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
If the shape of the plug does not fit the power outlet, use an
attachment plug adaptor of the proper configuration for the
power outlet.
CAUTION
Battery pack
If the battery pack is mishandled, the battery pack can burst,
cause a fire or even chemical burns. Observe the following
cautions.
• Do not disassemble.
• Do not crush and do not expose the battery pack to any
shock or force such as hammering, dropping or stepping on
it.
• Do not short circuit and do not allow metal objects to come
into contact with the battery terminals.
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• Do not expose to high temperature above 60°C (140°F)
such as in direct sunlight or in a car parked in the sun.
• Do not incinerate or dispose of in fire.
• Do not handle damaged or leaking lithium ion batteries.
• Be sure to charge the battery pack using a genuine Sony
battery charger or a device that can charge the battery pack.
• Keep the battery pack out of the reach of small children.
• Keep the battery pack dry.
• Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by Hasselblad.
• Dispose of used battery packs promptly as described in the
instructions.
Battery charger
Use the nearby wall outlet (wall socket) when using the
Charger. Disconnect the Charger from the wall outlet (wall
socket) immediately if any malfunction occurs while using the
apparatus.
The power cord (mains lead), if supplied, is designed
specifically for use with this camera only, and should not be
used with other electrical equipment.
For Customers in the U.S.A. and
Canada
RECYCLING LITHIUM-ION BATTERIES
Lithium-Ion batteries are recyclable.
You can help preserve our environment by
returning your used rechargeable batteries to
the collection andrecycling location
nearest you.
For more information regarding recycling of rechargeable
batteries, call toll free 1-800-822-8837, or visit
http://www.rbrc.org/
Caution: Do not handle damaged or leaking Lithium-Ion
batteries.
Battery Pack and lens
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Operation
is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES003.
For Customers in the U.S.A.
UL is an internationally recognized safety organization.
The UL Mark on the product means it has been UL Listed.
Regulatory Information
Declaration of Conformity
Trade Name: HASSELBLAD
Model No.: HV
Responsible Party: Victor Hasselblad AB
Address:
Utvecklingsgatan 2, 41756, Göteborg,
from that to which the receiver is connected.
- Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
The supplied interface cable must be used with the equipment
in order to comply with the limits for a digital device pursuant
to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
For Customers in Europe
Sweden
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1)
This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)
this device must accept any interference received, including
interference that may cause undesired operation.
Hereby, Victor Hasselblad AB, declares that this HV
Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera is in compliance with
the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of the
Directive 1999/5/EC.
Notice for the customers in the countries applying
EU Directives
CAUTION
You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not
expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to
operate this equipment.
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the
limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection
against harmful interference in a residential installation. This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that
interference will not occur in a particular installation. If
this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or
television reception, which can be determined by turning the
equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct
the interference by one or more of the following measures:
- Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
- Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
- Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different
This product has been manufactured by or on behalf of Victor
Hasselblad AB, Utvecklingsgatan 2, 41756, Göteborg, Sweden.
Inquiries related to product compliance based on European
Union legislation shall be addressed to the authorized
representative, Victor Hasselblad AB, Utvecklingsgatan 2,
41756, Göteborg, Sweden. For any service or guarantee matters,
please refer to the addresses provided in the separate service or
guarantee documents.
This product has been tested and found compliant with the
limits set out in the R&TTE Directive for using connection
cables shorter than 3 meters (9.8 feet).
Attention
The electromagnetic fields at the specific frequencies may
influence the picture and sound of this unit.
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Notice
If static electricity or electromagnetism causes data transfer to
discontinue midway (fail), restart the application or disconnect
and connect the communication cable (USB, etc.) again.
Disposal of Old Electrical & Electronic Equipment
(Applicable in the European Union and other
European countries with separate collection
systems)
This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that
this product shall not be treated as household waste. Instead
it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point
for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. By
ensuring this product is disposed of correctly, you will help
prevent potential negative consequences for the environment
and human health, which could otherwise be caused by
inappropriate waste handling of this product. The recycling
of materials will help to conserve natural resources. For more
detailed information about recycling of this product, please
contact your local Civic Office, your household waste disposal
service or the shop where you purchased the product.
Disposal of waste batteries (applicable in the
European Union and other European countries with
separate collection systems)
This symbol on the battery or on the packaging indicates that
the battery provided with this product shall not be treated as
household waste.
On certain batteries this symbol might be used in combination
with a chemical symbol. The chemical symbols for mercury
(Hg) or lead (Pb) are added if the battery contains more than
0.0005% mercury or 0.004% lead.
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By ensuring these batteries are disposed of correctly, you
will help prevent potentially negative consequences for the
environment and human health which could otherwise
be caused by inappropriate waste handling of the battery.
The recycling of the materials will help to conserve natural
resources.
In case of products that for safety, performance or data
integrity reasons require a permanent connection with an
incorporated battery, this battery should be replaced by
qualified service staff only.
To ensure that the battery will be treated properly, hand over
the product at end-of-life to the applicable collection point for
the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment.
For all other batteries, please view the section on how to
remove the battery from the product safely. Hand the battery
over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of waste
batteries.
For more detailed information about recycling of this
product or battery, please contact your local Civic Office,
your household waste disposal service or the shop where you
purchased the product.
Notice for customers in the United
Kingdom
A moulded plug complying with BS 1363 is fitted to this
equipment for your safety and convenience.
Should the fuse in the plug supplied need to be replaced, a fuse
of the same rating as the supplied one and approved by ASTA
or BSI to BS 1362, (i.e., marked with an
or mark) must
be used.
If the plug supplied with this equipment has a detachable fuse
cover, be sure to attach the fuse cover after you change the fuse.
Never use the plug without the fuse cover. If you should lose
the fuse cover, please contact your nearest Sony service station.
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Table of contents
Introduction of functions .........................................................................................................................................................................8
Before use
Notes on using your camera ............................................................................................................................................................... 10
Checking the supplied items .............................................................................................................................................................. 13
Identifying parts .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Front side ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
Rear side ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 15
Top side ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ 17
Sides ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 18
Bottom .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 19
Shoe adaptor ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 20
List of icons on the screen .................................................................................................................................................................... 20
List of icons on the LCD screen ......................................................................................................................................................... 21
List of icons on the display panel ..................................................................................................................................................... 25
Functions list
Functions that can be operated with the buttons/dial....................................................................................................... 26
How to use the Quick Navi screen .................................................................................................................................................. 27
How to use the silent multi-controller .......................................................................................................................................... 28
Selecting a function with the Fn (Function) button ............................................................................................................. 30
Functions that can be selected with the Fn (Function) button..................................................................................... 31
The functions selected with the MENU button ...................................................................................................................... 33
Using the In-Camera Guide ................................................................................................................................................................. 43
Preparing the camera
Charging the battery pack .................................................................................................................................................................... 44
Inserting the battery pack/memory card (sold separately).............................................................................................. 46
Compatible memory cards .................................................................................................................................................................. 49
Attaching a lens .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 50
Setting the date and time ..................................................................................................................................................................... 52
Setting up the date/time again ......................................................................................................................................................... 53
Adjusting the angle of the LCD screen ......................................................................................................................................... 54
Shooting a clear image without camera shake ....................................................................................................................... 55
Camera shake warning indicator ..................................................................................................................................................... 55
Using the SteadyShot function ......................................................................................................................................................... 55
Holding the camera properly ............................................................................................................................................................. 56
Removing the Eyepiece cup ............................................................................................................................................................... 57
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Table of contents
Shooting and viewing images
Shooting still images ................................................................................................................................................................................ 58
Recording movies ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 59
Playing back images ................................................................................................................................................................................. 60
Switching between still images and movies ............................................................................................................................ 60
Deleting images .......................................................................................................................................................................................... 61
Selecting a shooting mode
Selecting a shooting mode ................................................................................................................................................................. 62
Functions available for each shooting mode ........................................................................................................................... 63
Various functions
Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully .................................................................................................. 64
Depth Map Assist Continuous AF .................................................................................................................................................... 64
AF Range Control ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 65
Movie recording with a positive approach to audio ............................................................................................................ 66
ISO sensitivity/Multi frame noise reduction .............................................................................................................................. 67
Creative Style ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 68
Hand-held Twilight .................................................................................................................................................................................... 69
DRO/Auto HDR ............................................................................................................................................................................................ 69
Playback functions ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 69
Viewing images on a computer
Using the software .................................................................................................................................................................................... 71
Others
Learning more about the camera (Handbook) ....................................................................................................................... 76
Checking the number of recordable images/recording time ........................................................................................ 77
Specifications ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 81
Index ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 86
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Introduction of functions
This section introduces some frequently-used shooting functions and characteristic functions.
See the pages in parentheses for details.
Shooting functions used frequently
Exposure compensation (26)
You can compensate the exposure to adjust the brightness of the entire screen.
Even when the exposure mode is set to M, the exposure can be compensated if the ISO sensitivity is set to
[AUTO].
ISO sensitivity (67)/Multi frame noise reduction (67)
You can set the sensitivity to light.
The ISO sensitivity can be adjusted between ISO 50 and ISO 25600.
When you select (Multi Frame Noise Reduct.), you can select larger ISO numbers than the maximum
ISO sensitivity.
White balance (32)
You can adjust the color tones.
You can select an option to suit a light source, or perform a fine adjustment by combining the color
temperature with the color filter.
Drive mode (31)
You can use an appropriate drive mode to suit your purposes, such as single-shot advanced, continuous
advanced, bracket, or shooting with a Wireless Remote Commander.
Original characteristic functions
AF Range Control (65)
You can restrict the autofocus range to prevent unintended subjects from being focused on.
DRO/Auto HDR (69)
D-Range Optimizer: By dividing the image into small areas, the camera analyses the contrast of light and
shadow between the subject and the background, producing the image with the optimal brightness and
gradation.
Auto HDR: Shoots 3 images with different exposures, and then overlays these images to create an image
with rich gradation.
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Introduction of functions
Creative Style (68)
You can select the desired style from among 13 styles.
You can also adjust certain factors of the images, such as the exposure, by using the selected style as the
base.
Hand-held Twilight (69)
You can shoot night scenes with less noise and blur without using a tripod.
Movie recording with manual adjustments (31)
You can adjust the exposure in P, A, S, M mode during movie recording.
How to operate or customize the camera
Screen information (36)
When you look into the viewfinder, the viewfinder mode is activated, and when you take your face away
from the viewfinder, the viewing mode returns to the LCD screen mode. You can change the screen mode
by pressing the DISP button.
Quick Navi (27)
In viewfinder mode, you can quickly switch the LCD screen to the Quick Navi screen by pressing the Fn
button. You can set the items with an intuitive operation.
Silent multi-controller (28)
Using the silent multi-controller that is designed to reduce the sound of dial rotation, you can set certain
items silently, such as focus mode, or recording level.
Customisation (38)
The camera is equipped with a custom button that can be assigned a desired function.You can also assign
functions to other buttons, such as the AEL button, or the ISO button.
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Notes on using your camera
Screen language
Back up recommendation
Shooting procedure
Notes on the LCD screen, electronic viewfinder,
lens, and image sensor
You can select the language displayed on the screen
using the menu (page 42).
This camera has 2 modes for monitoring subjects:
the LCD screen mode using the LCD screen, and
the viewfinder mode using the viewfinder.
Notes on the functions available with the
camera
• To check whether it is a 1080 60i-compatible
device or 1080 50i-compatible device, check
for the following marks on the bottom of the
camera.
1080 60i-compatible device:60i
1080 50i-compatible device:50i
• This camera is compatible with 1080 60p
or 50p-format movies. Unlike standard
recording modes up to now, which record in
an interlacing method, this camera records
using a progressive method. This increases
the resolution, and provides a smoother, more
realistic image.
Shooting with a HF lens
This camera is equipped with a 35 mm, fullframe CMOS sensor, however, the image size is
automatically set to that of the APS-C size setting,
and the image size is smaller when a DT lens
(“DT” is attached to the product name) is used.
No compensation for contents of the recording
The contents of the recording cannot be
compensated for if recording or playback is not
possible due to a malfunction of your camera or a
memory card, etc.
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To avoid the potential risk of data loss, always
copy (back up) data to other medium.
• The LCD screen and electronic viewfinder are
manufactured using extremely high-precision
technology so over 99.99% of the pixels are
operational for effective use. However, there
may be some tiny black points and/or bright
points (white, red, blue or green in color) that
constantly appear on the LCD screen and
electronic viewfinder. These points are normal
in the manufacturing process and do not affect
the images in any way.
• Do not hold the camera by the LCD screen.
• Do not expose the camera to sunlight or
shoot sunward for a long time. The internal
mechanism may be damaged. If sunlight is
focused on a nearby object, it may cause a fire.
• There is a magnet on the back and around the
rotating shaft of the hinge part of the LCD
screen. Do not bring anything that is easily
affected by a magnet, such as floppy disks or
credit cards, near the LCD screen.
• Images may trail across on the screen in a cold
location. This is not a malfunction. When
turning on the camera in a cold location, the
screen may become temporarily dark. When
the camera warms up, the screen will function
normally.
• The recorded image may be different from the
image you monitored before recording.
Notes on long-time recording
• When you continue to shoot for a long time,
Notes on using your camera
Notes on importing AVCHD movies to a
computer
When importing AVCHD movies to a computer,
for Windows computers, use “PlayMemories
Home”. Details on how to install this can be found
on page 74.
Notes when playing movies on other devices
• This camera uses MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 High
Profile for AVCHD format recording. Movies
recorded in AVCHD format with this camera
cannot be played with the following devices.
• Other devices compatible with AVCHD format
that does not support High Profile
• Devices incompatible with the AVCHD format
• This camera also uses MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Main Profile for MP4 format recording. For this
reason, movies recorded in MP4 format with
this camera cannot be played on devices other
than those that support MPEG-4 AVC/H.264.
• Discs recorded with HD image quality (high
definition) can be played back only on AVCHD
format-compatible devices. DVD-based players
or recorders cannot play back HD image
quality discs, as they are incompatible with the
AVCHD format. Also, DVD-based players or
recorders may fail to eject HD image quality
discs.
• 1080 60p/50p movies can be played back on
compatible devices only.
GPS-compatible
Use GPS in accordance with regulations of
countries and regions where you use it.
If you do not record the location information, set
[GPS On/Off] to [Off] (page 41).
In an airplane, make sure to turn off the camera
following cabin announcements.
Warning on copyright
Television programs, films, videotapes, and other
materials may be copyrighted. Unauthorized
recording of such materials may be contrary to the
provisions of the copyright laws.
The pictures used in this manual
The photographs used as examples of pictures in
this manual are reproduced images, and are not
actual images shot using this camera.
On the data specifications described in this
manual
The data on performance and specifications is
defined under the following conditions, except as
described in this manual: at an ordinary ambient
temperature of 25ºC (77°F), and using a battery
pack that has been fully charged for about 1 hour
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Before use
the temperature of the camera rises. If the
temperature reaches above a certain level, the
icon appears on the screen and the camera
turns itself off automatically. If the power is
turned off, leave the camera for 10 minutes
or longer to allow the temperature inside the
camera to decrease to a safe level.
• Under high ambient temperatures, the
temperature of the camera rises quickly.
• When the temperature of the camera
rises, the image quality may deteriorate.
It is recommended that you wait until the
temperature of the camera drops before
continuing to shoot.
• The surface of the camera may get warm. This
is not a malfunction.
Notes on using your camera
after the CHARGE lamp has turned off.
Notes on shooting with the viewfinder
This camera is equipped with an XGA Organic
Electro-Luminescence viewfinder with high
resolution and high contrast. This viewfinder
achieves a wide viewing angle and a long eye
relief. This camera is designed to provide an easily
viewable viewfinder by appropriately balancing
various elements.
• The image may be slightly distorted near
the corners of the viewfinder. This is not a
malfunction. When you want to check every
detail of the entire composition, you can also
use the LCD screen.
• If you pan the camera while looking into the
viewfinder or move your eyes around, the
image in the viewfinder may be distorted or
the color of the image may change. This is
a characteristic of the lens or display device
and is not a malfunction. When you shoot an
image, we recommend that you look at the
center area of the viewfinder.
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Checking the supplied items
Consult your Hasselblad dealer or local authorised Hasselblad service facility if all the accessories are not
supplied.
The number in parentheses indicates the number of pieces.
• Camera (1)
• USB cable (1)
Before use
• BC-VM10A Battery charger (1)
• Shoulder strap (1)
• Power cord (mains lead) (1)* (not supplied in
the U.S.A. and Canada)
• Body cap (1) (Attached on the camera)
• Multiple power cords may be supplied with
your camera. Use the appropriate one that
matches your country/region.
• Rechargeable battery pack NP-FM500H (1)
• Shoe adaptor (1)/Connector protect cap (1)
(Attached on the Shoe adaptor)
• Shoe Cap (1) (Attached on the camera)
• Eyepiece cup (1) (Attached on the camera)
• CD-ROM (1)
- Download links for software
-Handbook
• Adobe® Photoshop® Lightroom® DVD
• Instruction Manual (1) (This manual)
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Identifying parts
See the pages in parentheses for details of operation.
Front side
AF illuminator (34)/Self-timer lamp
Mirror*
Shutter button (58)
Preview button (26, 38)
Power switch (52)
Mount
Front control dial
Custom button (26, 38)
Remote sensor
Lens release button (51)
Lens contacts*
Silent multi-controller (28)
Mounting index (50)
* Do not directly touch these parts.
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Identifying parts
Rear side
Before use
MENU button (33)
Eyepiece cup (57)
Viewfinder*
• When you look into the viewfinder, the viewfinder mode
is activated, and when you take your face away from the
viewfinder, the viewing mode returns to the LCD screen
mode.
Eyepiece sensors (57)
Diopter-adjustment dial
• Adjust the diopter-adjustment dial to your eyesight until
the display appears clearly in the viewfinder.
Light sensor
LCD screen (21, 54)
MOVIE button (38, 59)
For shooting: AF/MF (Auto focus/manual
focus) button (26, 37)
For viewing:
(Enlarge) button (26)
For shooting: AEL (AE lock) button (26,
37)/SLOW SYNC button (26)
For viewing:
(Image index) button (26)
Multi-selector
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Identifying parts
For shooting: Fn (Function) button (30, 31)
For viewing: (Image rotation) button (26)
DISP (Display) button (26)
(Smart teleconverter) button (26, 38)/Zoom
button (26)/Focus Magnifier button (26)
For shooting: AF RANGE button (26)
For viewing:
(Delete) button (61)
When the Fn screen or menu screen is displayed:
In-Camera Guide button (26)
Access lamp (53)
(Playback) button (60)
* Do not directly touch these parts.
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Identifying parts
Top side
Before use
Microphone*
Display panel illumination button (25)
Mode dial lock release button (62)
Mode dial (62)
Rear control dial
Multi interface shoe** (20)
• Some of the accessories may not be inserted fully and
protrude backward from the Multi interface shoe.
However, the accessory reaches the front end of the
shoe, the connection is completed.
FINDER/LCD button (26)
Display panel (25)
(Drive) button (26)
WB (White balance) button (26)
(Exposure) button (26)
ISO button (37, 67)
Image sensor position mark
* Do not cover this part during movie recording.
Doing so may cause noise or lower the volume.
** For details on compatible accessories of the
Multi interface shoe, consult your Hasselblad
dealer or local authorised Hasselblad service
facility. Accessories for the Accessory Shoe can
also be used.
Operations with other manufacturers
accessories are not guaranteed.
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Identifying parts
Sides
Hooks for shoulder strap
• Attach both ends of the strap onto the camera.
Speaker
DC IN terminal
•When connecting the AC-PW10AM AC Adaptor (sold
separately) to the camera, turn the camera off, then plug
the connector of the AC Adaptor to the DC IN terminal
on the camera.
(Microphone) jack
• When an external microphone is connected, the
microphone is turned on automatically. If the external
microphone is a plug-in-power type, the power of the
microphone is supplied by the camera.
(Headphones) jack
HDMI terminal
(Flash sync) terminal
REMOTE terminal
• When connecting the RM-L1AM Remote Commander
(sold separately) to the camera, insert the plug of the
Remote Commander into the REMOTE terminal,
aligning the guide of the plug with the guide of the
REMOTE terminal. Make sure that the cord of the
Remote Commander faces forward.
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(USB) terminal
Memory card cover (46)
SLOT1 (Memory card slot 1) (46)
•Available to either SD cards or “Memory Stick PRO
Duo” media
SLOT2 (Memory card slot 2) (46)
• Available to SD cards only
Identifying parts
Bottom
Before use
Guide holes for the Vertical Grip
• These holes are used when you connect the Vertical Grip
(sold separately) to the camera. Be sure to keep dust or
debris from getting inside the holes.
Connector for the Vertical Grip
Connector cover for the Vertical Grip
Tripod receptacle
• Use a tripod with a screw length of less than 5.5 mm
(7/32 inch). You will be unable to firmly secure the
camera to tripods with a screw length of 5.5 mm (7/32
inch) or longer, and attempting to do so may damage the
camera.
Battery insertion slot (46)
Battery cover (46)
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Identifying parts
Shoe adaptor
Remove the Shoe Cap attached to the camera and attach the Shoe adaptor to the camera so that you can
attach accessories compatible with a conventional Accessory Shoe (Auto-lock Accessory shoe).
Auto-lock Accessory shoe
Lock knob
How to attach the Lock knob
Tighten the Lock knob.
Remove the Connector protect cap from the
shoe.
Loosen the Lock knob and insert the Shoe
adaptor into the shoe.
• Do not force the knob to turn after it locks.
• When you attach the Shoe adaptor to the camera,
insert the Shoe adaptor all the way in.
• After you remove the Shoe adaptor from the camera,
attach the Connector protect cap to the Shoe adaptor
for storing the cap.
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List of icons on the screen
List of icons on the LCD screen
For the viewfinder mode
In Auto Mode or Scene Selection mode
For the LCD screen mode
In Tele-zoom Cont. Priority AE/P/A/S/M/
Sweep Panorama mode
For playback (Basic information display)
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Before use
The status of the LCD screen is set to “for the viewfinder mode (using the viewfinder for monitoring)” in
the default settings.
Pressing the DISP button changes the screen status to “for the LCD screen mode.” You can also display the
digital level gauge or histogram.
List of icons on the screen
Display
Display
Indication
Exposure mode (62)
Indication
Image quality of still images
(33)
Frame rate of movies (35)
Image size of movies (35)
Register number (62)
Scene Recognition icons (62)
Remaining battery (48)
Flash charge in progress (31)
APS-C Size Capture (42)
Memory card (46)/Upload
(42)
Setting Effect OFF (37)
No audio recording of movies
(39)
Wind Noise Reduction (39)
SteadyShot/Camera shake
warning (34, 35)
Remaining number of
recordable images
Aspect ratio of still images
(33)
Image size of still images (33)
GPS triangulating status (41)
SteadyShot error
Overheating warning (11)
Database file full/Database
file error
AE lock (26)/FEL lock (26)
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List of icons on the screen
Display
Indication
DISPLAY
View Mode (39)
Indication
White balance (Auto, Preset,
Custom, Color temperature,
Color filter) (32)
Folder - file number
Protect (39)
DPOF set (39)
Remaining battery warning (53)
Before use
D-Range Optimizer/Auto HDR
(32, 69)
Creative Style (32, 68)/
Contrast, Saturation, Sharpness
DISPLAY
Indication
Drive mode (31)
Picture Effect (32)
Flash mode (31)/Red-eye
reduction (36)
Focus mode (31)
Auto Portrait Framing (31)
AF area (31)
Object tracking (31)
Face Detection (31)/Smile
Shutter (31)
Metering mode (31)
Display
Indication
EV scale
Exposure compensation
(26)/Metered Manual
Flash compensation (31)
Recording time of the movie
(m:s)
Focus (58)
Shutter speed (62)
Aperture (62)
ISO sensitivity (31, 67)
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List of icons on the screen
Display
Indication
AE lock (26)/FEL lock
(26)
GPS information
Latitude and longitude display
Auto HDR image warning
Picture Effect error
Histogram
Date of recording
File number/Number of
images in the view mode
Display
Indication
Spot metering area (31)
AF area (31)
Assist area (64)
Digital level gauge
Histogram
Smart teleconverter (26)
Smart Zoom/Clear Image
Zoom/Digital Zoom
Shutter speed indicator
Aperture indicator
AF Range Control (30)
Tracking focus
Audio level (72)
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List of icons on the screen
List of icons on the display panel
You can adjust the shutter speed, aperture, exposure
compensation, flash compensation, ISO sensitivity, white
balance, drive mode and image quality by checking the
display panel on the top of the camera.
ISO sensitivity (31)
Exposure (26)/
Flash compensation
(31)
White balance (32)
Drive mode (31)
Image quality (33)
Remaining battery
(48)
Remaining number
of recordable images* (77)
Before use
Shutter speed (62)/
Aperture (62)
* Even when the remaining number of recordable images is more than 9,999, “9999” is displayed on the display panel.
To turn on the backlight of the display panel
Press the display panel illumination button on the
top. Pressing again turns off the backlight.
Display panel illumination button
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Functions that can be operated with the
buttons/dial
You can set up or operate various functions with these buttons/dial.
For the location of the buttons/dial, see “Identifying parts” (page 14).
button
WB button
Selects the drive mode.
button
ISO button
Mode dial
Compensates the exposure.
FINDER/LCD button
Switches the display between the LCD screen and the viewfinder.
Display panel illumination button
MENU button
MOVIE button
AEL button/SLOW SYNC
button/
button
Turns on the backlight of the display panel.
Adjusts the ISO sensitivity.
Switches the exposure mode. Rotate the dial while pressing the mode
dial lock release button.
AF/MF button/
Fn button/
Adjusts the white balance.
Displays the menu screen for setting up the menu item.
Records movies.
Fixes the exposure of the entire screen./Shoots with the flash with
a slower shutter speed./Displays multiple images on the screen
simultaneously.
button Switches the autofocus and manual focus temporarily./Scales an image
button
DISP button
up when viewing images.
Displays the setup screen of the function that is set using the Fn button.
In viewfinder mode, switches to the Quick Navi screen./Rotates images.
Switches the recording information display of the viewfinder or the
LCD screen.
button/Zoom button/ Zooms in to the center of an image./Zooms in holding the current
resolution of the image./Allows you to check the focus by enlarging the
Focus Magnifier button
image before shooting.
button
AF RANGE button/In-Camera Guide
button/
button
Plays back images.
Preview button
Custom button
Checks blurring of the background.
Silent multi-controller
Adjusts the setting silently.
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Limits the available operating range of autofocus./Displays a In-Camera
Guide./Deletes images.
Assigns a frequently-used function to the button. The FEL lock
function is assigned in the default settings.
The functions operated with the buttons/dial
How to use the Quick Navi screen
Using the Quick Navi screen, you can change settings directly on the recording information display when
the screen mode is set to [For viewfinder] (Quick Navi).
Press the DISP button to set the screen mode to [For viewfinder].
Functions list
1
2
Press the Fn button to switch to the Quick Navi screen.
In Auto Mode or Scene Selection mode
In Tele-zoom Cont. Priority AE/P/A/S/M/Sweep Panorama mode
3
4
Select the desired item with
on the multi-selector.
Set the item with the front or rear control dial.
• Select an option with the front control dial and adjust it with the rear control dial.
• Pressing the center of the multi-selector turns on the designated screen used to set up the selected
item.
• Pressing the Fn button again turns off the Quick Navi screen and the screen goes back to the
original one.
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The functions operated with the buttons/dial
Functions available on the Quick Navi screen
Auto Mode/Scene Selection/Tele-zoom Cont. Priority AE/Select Recording Media/Quality/SteadyShot (for
still images)/Drive Mode/Flash Mode/Focus Mode/AF area/Object Tracking/Smile/Face Detect./Metering
Mode/White Balance/DRO/Auto HDR/Creative Style/Picture Effect/Auto Port. Framing/Exposure Comp./
Flash Comp./ISO
Notes
Gray items on the Quick Navi screen are not available.
When using Creative Style (page 68), some of the setup tasks can be accomplished only on a designated
screen.
How to use the silent multi-controller
You can set an item without changing the screen using the silent multi-controller. Since the dial is
designed to reduce the sound of the dialing operation, you can reduce the sound of the dialing operation
during movie recording.
You can assign separate functions to the dial for still image shooting and movie recording (page 28).
1
Press the button so that the setup screen appears.
• [Focus Mode] is assigned to the button for still image
shooting, and [Audio Rec Level] is assigned to the same
button for movie recording in the default settings.
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The functions operated with the buttons/dial
2
Rotate the dial to select the desired setting.
Functions list
Current setting
3
Press the button to execute.
To assign other functions to the Silent Multi-Controller
Pressing and holding the button opens the screen
used for assigning functions to the Silent MultiController.
Rotate the dial to select a function. You can also select
a function from: MENU button " 3 "
[ Silent Controller] or MENU button "
1"
[ Silent Controller].
Current function
Functions available
Still image: Focus Mode/AF area/Select AF area/Exposure Comp./Metering Mode/ISO
Movie: Audio Rec Level/Focus Mode/AF area/Select AF area/Exposure Comp./Metering Mode/ISO/
Shutter speed/Aperture
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Selecting a function with the Fn (Function) button
This button is used for setting up or executing functions used frequently in shooting, except for functions
from the Quick Navi screen.
1
2
3
4
Press the DISP button to set the screen mode to other than [For viewfinder] (page 26).
Press the Fn button
Select the desired item with
The setup screen appears.
on the multi-selector, then press the center to execute.
Following the operation guide, select and execute
the desired function.
Operation guide
To set up the camera directly from the recording information screen
Turn the front control dial without pressing the center in step 3. You can set up the camera directly from
the recording information screen. Additionally, some functions can be fine-tuned using the rear control
dial.
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Functions that can be selected with the Fn
(Function) button
The functions that can be selected with the Fn button are as follows:
Selects the automatic shooting mode.
(Intelligent Auto/Superior Auto)
Scene Selection
Selects an appropriate mode from among the Scene Selection preset settings
to suit shooting conditions.
(Portrait/Sports Action/Macro/Landscape/Sunset/Night Scene/Hand-held
Twilight/Night Portrait)
Movie
Selects the exposure mode for movie recording to suit your subject or your
effect.
(P/A/S/M)
Tele-zoom Cont.
Priority AE
Drive Mode
Sets the speed for continuous shooting.
(T10/T8)
Flash Mode
Sets the flash mode of a flash (sold separately).
(Flash Off/Autoflash/Fill-flash/Rear Sync./Wireless)
Focus Mode
Selects the focus mode.
(Single-shot AF/Automatic AF/Continuous AF/Depth Map Assist
Continuous AF/DMF/Manual Focus)
AF area
Selects the area of focus.
(Wide/Zone/Spot/Local)
Object Tracking
Keeps the focus on a subject while tracking it.
(Off/On/On(Tracking focus w/ shutter))
Smile/Face Detect.
Automatically captures people’s face(s) with the optimal focus and exposure./
Shoots when a smile is detected.
(Face Detection Off/Face Detection On (Regist. Faces)/Face Detection On/
Smile Shutter)
Auto Port. Framing
Analyzes the scene when capturing a face and saves another image with a
more impressive composition.
(Auto/Off)
ISO
Sets the sensitivity to light. The larger the number, the faster the shutter
speed.
(Multi Frame Noise Reduct./ISO AUTO/ISO 50 to 25600)
Metering Mode
Selects the method for measuring brightness.
(Multi segment/Center weighted/Spot)
Flash Comp.
Adjusts the amount of flash light.
(+3.0EV to –3.0EV)
Functions list
Auto Mode
Sets the drive mode such as continuous shooting.
(Single Shooting/Cont. Shooting/Self-timer/Bracket: Cont./Single
Bracket/WB bracket/DRO Bracket/Remote Cdr.)
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The functions selected with the Fn (Function) button
White Balance
Adjusts the color tone of images.
(Auto WB/Daylight/Shade/Cloudy/Incandescent/Fluor.: Warm White/Fluor.:
Cool White/Fluor.: Day White/Fluor.: Daylight/Flash/C.Temp./Filter/Custom
1–3)
DRO/Auto HDR
Compensates for the brightness and contrast automatically.
(Off/D-Range Opt./Auto HDR)
Creative Style
Selects your desired image processing.
(Standard/Vivid/Neutral/Clear/Deep/Light/Portrait/Landscape/Sunset/Night
Scene/Autumn leaves/Black & White/Sepia/Style Box1–6)
Picture Effect
Shoots with the desired effect filter to achieve more impressive expression.
(Off/Toy Camera/Pop Color/Posterization/Retro Photo/Soft Highkey/Partial Color/High Contrast Mono./Soft Focus/HDR Painting/Rich-tone
Mono./Miniature)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
You can set up the basic settings for the camera as a whole or execute functions such as shooting, playback,
or other operations.
Press the MENU button, then set up the desired item with
on the multi-selector, then press the
center of the multi-selector.
Select a page of the menu
Select an item on the menu
Functions list
Still shooting menu
Image Size
Selects the size of still images.
(L/M/S)
Aspect Ratio
Selects the aspect ratio for still images.
(3:2/16:9)
Quality
Sets the image quality for still images.
(RAW/RAW & JPEG/Extra fine/Fine/Standard)
Panorama: Size
Selects the size of panoramic images.
(Standard/Wide)
Panorama: Direction Sets the shooting direction for panoramic images.
(Right/Left/Up/Down)
Clear Image Zoom
Zooms an image with higher quality than Digital Zoom.
(On/Off)
Digital Zoom
Zooms an image with higher magnification than Clear Image Zoom.
(On/Off)
Long Exposure NR
Sets noise reduction processing for shots in which shutter speed will be 1
second or longer.
(On/Off)
High ISO NR
Sets noise reduction processing for high-sensitivity shooting.
(Normal/Low/Off)
Flash control
Sets the method for determining the intensity of flash output.
(ADI flash/Pre-flash TTL)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
AF Illuminator
Sets the AF illuminator, which sheds light on a dark scene to aid focusing.
(Auto/Off)
SteadyShot
Sets SteadyShot for still image shooting.
(On/Off)
AF drive speed
Selects the focusing speed in autofocus mode. When [Slow] is selected in
macro shooting, focusing is easier achieved.
(Fast/Slow)
Color Space
Changes the range of reproducible colors.
(sRGB/AdobeRGB)
Silent Controller
Assigns the desired function to the silent multi-controller for still image
shooting.
(Focus Mode/AF area/Select AF area/Exposure Comp./ISO/Metering Mode)
Exposure step
Selects the size of the increment step for shutter speed, aperture, and
exposure.
(0.5 EV/0.3 EV)
Priority setup
Sets whether or not to release the shutter even when the focus is not
confirmed in autofocus mode.
(AF/Release)
AF w/ shutter
Sets whether or not to activate the autofocus by pressing the shutter button
halfway down. This is convenient when you want to adjust the focus and
exposure separately.
(On/Off)
AEL w/ shutter
Sets whether or not to adjust the exposure by pressing the shutter button
halfway down. This is convenient when you want to adjust the focus and
exposure separately.
(On/Off)
Memory
Registers combinations of frequently used modes and settings and allows
easy recall of those combinations with the mode dial.
(1/2/3)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
Movie shooting menu
Selects the movie file format.
(AVCHD/MP4)
Record Setting
Selects the quality and size of the recorded movie frame.
(60i 24M(FX)/50i 24M(FX)/60i 17M(FH)/50i 17M(FH)/60p
28M(PS)/50p 28M(PS)/24p 24M(FX)/25p 24M(FX)/24p 17M(FH)/25p
17M(FH)/1440×1080 12M/VGA 3M)
SteadyShot
Sets SteadyShot for movie recording.
(On/Off)
Functions list
File Format
AF Tracking Duration Sets the tracking sensitivity of the autofocus feature for movie recording.
(High/Mid/Low)
Auto Slow Shutter
Silent Controller
Sets whether or not to automatically adjust the shutter speed to a slower
setting during movie recording, when the subject is in a dark situation.
(On/Off)
Assigns the desired function to the silent multi-controller for movie
recording.
(Audio Rec Level/Focus Mode/AF area/Select AF area/Exposure Comp./
ISO/Metering Mode/Shutter Speed/Aperture)
Audio Recording
Sets whether or not to record audio when shooting a movie.
(On/Off)
Wind Noise Reduct.
Reduces wind noise during movie recording.
(On/Off)
Audio Rec Level
Adjusts the audio recording level.
(0 to 31)
Audio Level Display
Sets whether or not to display the audio level.
(On/Off)
Audio Output
Timing
Provides measures to reduce echo for movie recording.
(Live/Lip Sync)
Custom menu
Eye-Start AF
Sets whether or not to use auto focus when you look through the viewfinder.
(On/Off)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
FINDER/LCD Setting Sets the method for switching between the viewfinder and LCD screen.
(Auto/Manual)
Red Eye Reduction
Reduces the red-eye phenomenon during flash use.
(On/Off)
Release w/o Lens
Sets whether shutter can open when lens is not attached.
(Enable/Disable)
S. Auto Cont.
Shooting
Sets whether or not to shoot continuously in Superior Auto mode.
(Auto/Off)
S. Auto Image
Extract.
Sets whether or not to save all the images that were shot continuously in
Superior Auto mode.
(Auto/Off)
Grid Line
Sets a grid line display to enable alignment to a structural outline.
(Rule of 3rds Grid/Square Grid/Diag. + Square Grid/Off)
Auto Review
Displays the captured image after shooting it automatically. You can set the
duration of time the image is to be displayed.
(10 Sec/5 Sec/2 Sec/Off)
DISP Button(Monitor)
Allows you to select the available screen display modes of the LCD screen
that can be selected by pressing the DISP button.
(Graphic Display/Display All Info./No Disp. Info./Level/Histogram/For
viewfinder)
DISP Button(Finder)
Allows you to select the available screen display modes of the viewfinder that
can be selected by pressing the DISP button.
(Graphic Display/Display All Info./No Disp. Info./Level/Histogram)
AF RANGE Button
Selects the function to be used with the AF RANGE button.
(AF Range Control/In-Camera Guide)
AF Range Control
Assist
Sets whether or not to show the status that the subject is located within the
focus range on the screen using the assist area when the AF Range Control
function is activated (available only when an AF-D compatible lens is
attached).
(On/Off)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
Enhances the outline of in-focus ranges with a specific color.
(High/Mid/Low/Off)
Peaking Color
Sets the color used for the peaking function.
(Red/Yellow/White)
Live View Display
Sets whether or not to display the effect of a function on the screen, such as
the effect of the exposure compensation value.
(Setting Effect ON/Setting Effect OFF)
Func. of AEL button
Assigns the desired function to the AEL button.
(Exposure Comp./Drive Mode/Flash Mode/Focus Mode/AF area/Smile/
Face Detect./Auto Port. Framing/ISO/Metering Mode/Flash Comp./White
Balance/DRO/Auto HDR/Creative Style/Picture Effect/Image Size/Quality/
AEL hold/AEL toggle/
AEL hold/AEL toggle
/FEL Lock hold/FEL
Lock toggle/Object Tracking/AF/MF Control Hold/AF/MF Control Toggle/
AF lock/AF On/Aperture Preview/Shot. Result Preview/Focus Magnifier/
Memory)
ISO Button
Assigns the desired function to the ISO button.
(Exposure Comp./Drive Mode/Flash Mode/Focus Mode/AF area/Smile/
Face Detect./Auto Port. Framing/ISO/Metering Mode/Flash Comp./White
Balance/DRO/Auto HDR/Creative Style/Picture Effect/Image Size/Quality/
AEL hold/AEL toggle/
AEL hold/AEL toggle
/FEL Lock hold/FEL
Lock toggle/Object Tracking/AF/MF Control Hold/AF/MF Control Toggle/
AF lock/AF On/Aperture Preview/Shot. Result Preview/Focus Magnifier/
Memory)
AF/MF button
Assigns the desired function to the AF/MF button.
(Exposure Comp./Drive Mode/Flash Mode/Focus Mode/AF area/Smile/
Face Detect./Auto Port. Framing/ISO/Metering Mode/Flash Comp./White
Balance/DRO/Auto HDR/Creative Style/Picture Effect/Image Size/Quality/
AEL hold/AEL toggle/
AEL hold/AEL toggle
/FEL Lock hold/FEL
Lock toggle/Object Tracking/AF/MF Control Hold/AF/MF Control Toggle/
AF lock/AF On/Aperture Preview/Shot. Result Preview/Focus Magnifier/
Memory)
Functions list
Peaking Level
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The functions selected with the MENU button
Custom button
Assigns the desired function to the custom button.
(Exposure Comp./Drive Mode/Flash Mode/Focus Mode/AF area/Smile/
Face Detect./Auto Port. Framing/ISO/Metering Mode/Flash Comp./White
Balance/DRO/Auto HDR/Creative Style/Picture Effect/Image Size/Quality/
AEL hold/AEL toggle/
AEL hold/AEL toggle
/FEL Lock hold/FEL
Lock toggle/Object Tracking/AF/MF Control Hold/AF/MF Control Toggle/
AF lock/AF On/Aperture Preview/Shot. Result Preview/Focus Magnifier/
Memory)
Preview Button
Assigns the desired function to the preview button.
(Exposure Comp./Drive Mode/Flash Mode/Focus Mode/AF area/Smile/
Face Detect./Auto Port. Framing/ISO/Metering Mode/Flash Comp./White
Balance/DRO/Auto HDR/Creative Style/Picture Effect/Image Size/Quality/
AEL hold/AEL toggle/
AEL hold/AEL toggle
/FEL Lock hold/FEL
Lock toggle/Object Tracking/AF/MF Control Hold/AF/MF Control Toggle/
AF lock/AF On/Aperture Preview/Shot. Result Preview/Focus Magnifier/
Memory)
Smart Telecon.
Button
Focus Hold Button
Selects the function to be used with the
button.
(Smart Telecon./Focus Magnifier/Zoom)
Sets the function of the focus hold button of the lens. When you select
[Preview Button], the function selected with [Preview Button] is assigned.
(Focus Hold/Preview Button)
MOVIE Button
Selects the appropriate mode for the MOVIE button.
(Always/Movie Mode Only)
Ctrl dial setup
Sets the functions of the front and rear control dials when the exposure
mode is set to M. Dials can be used for adjusting shutter speed and aperture.
(
SS F/no./
F/no. SS)
Dial exp.comp
Compensates the exposure with the front or rear control dial.
(Off/
Front dial/
Rear dial)
Exp.comp.set
Sets whether or not to compensate the exposure within the flash light range.
(Ambient&flash/Ambient only)
Bracket order
Selects the order in exposure bracket and white balance bracket shooting.
(0  –  +/–  0  +)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
Lens Comp.: Shading Compensates for the shaded corners of the screen caused by the lens
attached.
(Auto/Off)
Reduces the color deviation at the corners of the screen caused by the lens
attached.
(Auto/Off)
Lens Comp.: Distortion
Compensates for distortion on the screen caused by the lens attached.
(Auto/Off)
Front Curtain
Shutter
Sets whether or not to use the electronic front curtain shutter function.
(On/Off)
Face Priority
Tracking
Sets whether to preferentially-track a certain face or not when the camera
detects that face during object tracking.
(On/Off)
Face Registration
Registers or changes the person to be given priority in the focus.
(New Registration/Order Exchanging/Delete/Delete All)
Functions list
Lens Comp.: Chro.
Aber.
Playback menu
Still/Movie Select
Allows you to determine how to group the playback images (View mode).
(Folder View(Still)/Folder View(MP4)/AVCHD View)
Delete
Deletes images.
(Multiple Img./All in Folder/All AVCHD view files)
Slide Show
Shows a slide show.
(Repeat/Interval/Image Type)
Image Index
Sets the number of images displayed on one page of the image index screen.
(4 Images/9 Images)
Protect
Protects or cancels protection for an image.
(Multiple Img./Cancel All Images/Cancel All Movies(MP4)/Cancel All
AVCHD view files)
Specify Printing
Specifies or unspecifies the images for DPOF.
(DPOF Setup/Date Imprint)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
Select Playback
Media
Copy
Volume Settings
Selects the memory card slot to be used for playback.
(Slot 1/Slot 2)
Playback Display
Sets how to play back an image recorded in portrait.
(Auto Rotate/Manual Rotate)
Duplicates images in a memory card.
Sets the volume for movie playback.
(0 to 7)
Memory Card Tool menu
Select Recording
Media
Recording Mode
Selects the memory card slot to be used for recording.
(Slot 1/Slot 2)
Format
File Number
Formats the memory card.
Folder Name
Sets the folder format for still images.
(Standard Form/Date Form)
Select REC Folder
Changes the selected folder for storing still images and MP4 movies.
New Folder
Creates a new folder for storing still images and MP4 movies.
Recover Image DB
Recovers the image database file and enables recording and playback.
Display Card Space
Displays the remaining recording time of movies and the recordable number
of still images on the memory card.
Selects the recording method to record on memory cards.
(Standard/Simult. Rec (Still)/Simult. Rec (Movie)/Sim. Rec (Still/Movie)/
Sort(JPEG/RAW)/Sort(Still/Movie))
Sets the method used to assign file numbers to still images and MP4 movies.
(Series/Reset)
Clock setup menu
Date/Time Setup
Area Setting
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Sets date and time, and daylight savings.
Sets the location of where the camera is used.
The functions selected with the MENU button
Setup menu
Sets the default position of the cursor on the menu to the top item or the
last-selected item.
(Top/Previous)
Delete confirm.
Sets [Delete] or [Cancel] as the default setting for the delete confirmation
screen.
(“Delete” first/“Cancel” first)
Mode Dial Guide
Displays an explanation of each shooting mode and also allows you to select
another shooting mode.
(On/Off)
LCD Brightness
Sets the brightness of the LCD screen.
(Auto/Manual/Sunny Weather)
Viewfinder Bright.
Sets the brightness of the viewfinder.
(Auto/Manual)
Viewfinder Color
Temp.
Sets the color temperature of the screen in the viewfinder. Setting it toward +
makes the color cooler, and toward – makes the color warmer.
(+2 to 0 to –2)
GPS Settings
Sets the GPS functions.
Power Save
Sets the response level to be used to activate the power save mode.
(Max/Standard)
Power Saving Start
Time
HDMI Resolution
Sets the interval after which power save mode engages.
(30 Min/5 Min/1 Min/20 Sec/10 Sec)
CTRL FOR HDMI
Operates the camera from a TV that supports “BRAVIA” Sync.
(On/Off)
HDMI Info. Display
Displays images on the screen of an HDMI TV connected without displaying
recording information.
(On/Off)
Functions list
Menu start
Sets the resolution when the camera is connected to an HDMI TV.
(Auto/1080p/1080i)
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The functions selected with the MENU button
Upload Settings*
Sets whether to use the upload function of the camera with an Eye-Fi card.
(On/Off)
USB Connection
Sets the USB connection method, appropriate to the computer or USB
device.
(Auto/Mass Storage/MTP/PC Remote)
USB LUN Setting
Allows the computer to recognize both the memory cards during a USB
connection.
(Multi/Single)
Audio signals
Sets whether or not to use the beep sound when the focus is achieved or the
self-timer is working.
(On/Off)
PAL/NTSC Selector
(Only for 1080
50i-compatible
models)
APS-C Size Capture
Plays back movies recorded with the camera on an NTSC system TV.
(PAL/NTSC)
AF Micro Adj.
Allows you to make fine adjustments to the position of the focus.
(AF Adjustment Setting/amount/Clear)
Sets whether or not to record with an APS-C size-equivalent area.
(On/Auto)
* Appears when an Eye-Fi card is inserted in the memory card SLOT1 in the camera.
Version
Displays the camera software version.
Language
Cleaning Mode
Demo Mode
Selects the language.
Initialize
Restores the settings to their defaults.
(Reset Default/Rec mode reset/Custom reset)
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Starts the cleaning mode to clean the image sensor.
Sets the demonstration playback of a movie to on or off.
(On/Off)
Using the In-Camera Guide
Functions list
The AF RANGE button is equipped with both an InCamera Guide feature and a delete feature.
When you press the AF RANGE button on the Fn
screen or menu screen, a help guide explaining
the currently selected function or setting appears
automatically.
AF range button
MENU button 
3  [AF RANGE Button]  [In-Camera Guide]
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Charging the battery pack
When using the camera for the first time, be sure to charge the NP-FM500H “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack
(supplied).
The “InfoLITHIUM” battery pack can be charged even when it has not been fully depleted.
It can also be used when it has not been fully charged.
The battery pack is discharged little by little without using it. To avoid missing the opportunity to shoot,
charge it before use.
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Insert the battery pack onto the battery charger.
Push the battery pack until it clicks.
Charging the battery pack
2
Connect the battery charger to the wall outlet
(wall socket).
For the U.S.A and Canada
Light on: Charging
Light off: Charge completed
Charging time
Plug
About 175 minutes
Functions list
* When charging a fully depleted battery pack at a
temperature of 25°C (77°F).
* The CHARGE lamp turns off when charging is
completed.
Charge lamp
For countries/regions other than the U.S.A.
and Canada
Charge lamp
To a wall outlet
(wall socket)
Notes
• The charging time differs depending on the remaining capacity of the battery pack or charging
conditions.
• We recommend charging the battery pack in an ambient temperature of between 10°C to 30°C (50°F to
86°F). You may not be able to efficiently charge the battery pack outside of this temperature range.
• Connect the battery charger to the nearest wall outlet (wall socket).
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Inserting the battery pack/memory card
This camera is equipped with 2 memory card slots; SLOT1 can be used with “Memory Stick PRO Duo”
media or SD cards, but SLOT2 can be used only with SD cards.
1
2
While sliding the battery cover open lever, open
the cover.
Firmly insert the battery pack all the way while
pressing the lock lever with the tip of the battery.
Lock lever
3
4
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Close the cover.
While sliding the memory card cover, open the
cover.
Inserting the battery pack/memory card
5
Insert a memory card.
• With the notched corner facing as illustrated, insert the
memory card until it clicks into place.
Memory card slot 2
Preparing the camera
Memory card slot 2
Ensure the notched corner faces
correctly.
6
Close the cover.
To select the memory card to be used for recording
[Slot 1] is selected in the default settings. Use slot 1 when you do not want to change the setting and intend
to use only a single memory card.
MENU button 
1  [Select Recording Media]  Select the desired slot
• You can also set [Select Recording Media] from the Quick Navi screen (page 27).
To record an image on both memory cards at the same time
You can record the same images on both memory cards at the same time or sort images onto the different
memory cards by the type of image (page 40).
MENU button 
1  [Recording Mode]  Select the desired setting
To remove the memory card
Check that the access lamp (page 16) is not lit, then open the memory card cover, and push the memory
card once.
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Inserting the battery pack/memory card
To check the remaining battery level
The supplied battery pack is a lithium-ion battery pack that has functions for exchanging information
related to operating conditions with your camera. The remaining battery time in percent figures is
displayed according to the operating conditions of your camera.
“Battery exhausted.”
Battery level
High
Low
You cannot shoot
any more pictures.
You can use 2 battery packs installed in the Vertical Grip (sold separately) by attaching it to the camera.
Including the battery pack installed in the camera, this provides a total of 3 battery packs that are switched
automatically.
You can check the status of these battery packs on the screen.
The remaining battery level of the battery pack inserted in the camera
The remaining battery level of the battery packs inserted in the Vertical Grip
For details on the Vertical Grip, refer to the operating instructions supplied with the Vertical Grip.
To remove the battery pack from the camera
Turn off the camera. Slide the lock lever in the direction of the arrow
after confirming that the vibration of the camera has stopped and both
the LCD screen and access lamp are turned off, then remove the battery
pack. Be careful not to drop the battery pack.
Lock lever
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Inserting the battery pack/memory card
Compatible memory cards
The following memory cards are compatible with this camera. However, all memory cards are not
guaranteed to work with this camera.
Types of memory card
Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo
SD memory card
SDHC memory card
SDXC memory card
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
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*2
*2
*2
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*3
*3
*3
In this manual
Preparing the camera
Memory Stick PRO Duo
Still
Movies (SiMovies
images
mult. Rec)
Memory Stick
PRO Duo
SD card
MultiMediaCard cannot be used.
*1
“Memory Stick PRO Duo” media that match the Mark2
*2
SD cards that match the Class 4 or faster
*3
SD cards that match the Class 10 or faster, or the UHS-I (UHS Speed Class1) interface
Notes
“Memory Stick PRO Duo” media cannot be used with slot 2.
Images recorded on an SDXC memory card cannot be imported to or played on computers or AV devices
that are not compatible with exFAT. Make sure that the device is compatible with exFAT before connecting
it to the camera. If you connect your camera to an incompatible device, you may be prompted to format
the card. Never format the card in response to this prompt, as doing so will erase all data on the card.
(exFAT is the file system used on SDXC memory cards.)
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Attaching a lens
1
Remove the body cap from the camera and the
rear lens cap from the rear of the lens.
Front lens cap
• When changing the lens, quickly change the lens away
from dusty locations so as to keep dust or debris from
getting inside the camera.
• When shooting, remove the front lens cap from the front
of the lens
Body cap
Rear lens cap
2
Mount the lens by aligning the orange index
marks (mounting indexes) on the lens and
camera.
Orange index marks
3
Turn the lens clockwise until it clicks into the
locked position.
Be sure to put the lens on straight.
Notes
•
•
•
•
When attaching a lens, do not press the lens release button.
Do not use force when attaching a lens.
E-mount lenses are not compatible with this camera.
When a DT lens is attached or [APS-C Size Capture] is set to [On] in the Setup menu, a live view
image is displayed in full screen view on the LCD screen with the angle of view of the APS-C size. The
live view image in the viewfinder is also displayed entirely and you can check the composition or effect
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Attaching a lens
•
•
•
•
using the whole screen.
When you want to shoot full-frame images, use a lens designed for a full-frame camera.
When you use a lens for which a tripod socket is provided, attach the lens onto the tripod using the
tripod socket provided to help balance the weight of the lens.
When carrying the camera with a lens attached, hold both the camera and the lens firmly.
Do not hold the part of the lens that is extended for the zoom or focus adjustment.
1
Preparing the camera
To remove the lens
Press the lens release button all the way in and
turn the lens counterclockwise until it stops.
Lens release button
2
Attach the caps to the front and rear of the lens
and the body cap to the camera.
• Before you attach them, remove dust from them.
Note on changing the lens
When changing the lens, if dust or debris gets inside the camera and adheres to the surface of the image
sensor (the part that converts the light to an electric signal), it may appear as dark spots on the image,
depending on the shooting environment.
The camera is equipped with an anti-dust function to prevent dust from landing on the image sensor.
However, quickly change the lens away from dusty locations when attaching/removing a lens.
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Setting the date and time
When you turn the camera on for the first time or after you initialize the functions, the date/time setup
screen appears.
1
2
3
4
Set the power switch to ON to turn the camera on.
The screen used for setting date and time appears.
• To turn the camera off, set it to OFF.
Verify that [Enter] is selected on the LCD screen, then
press the center of the multi-selector.
Select your area with
on the multi-selector, then press the center of the multi-selector.
Select each item with
.
and set the numeric value with
[Daylight Svg.:]: Turns on or off the daylight saving time setting.
[Date Format:]: Selects the format to display date.
• Midnight is indicated as 12:00 AM, and noon as 12:00 PM.
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Repeat step 4 to set other items, then press the center of the multi-selector.
Setting date and time
6
Verify that [Enter] is selected, then press the center of the multi-selector.
To cancel the date/time setting operation
Press the MENU button.
Setting up the date/time again
MENU button 
1  [Date/Time Setup] or [Area Setting] (page 40)
Maintaining the date and time setting
This camera has an internal rechargeable battery for maintaining the date and time and other settings
regardless of whether the power is on or off, or the battery is installed or not.
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Preparing the camera
When you turn the camera on for the first time, the date/time setup screen appears automatically. The next
time, set up the date and time from the menu.
Adjusting the angle of the LCD screen
Adjust the LCD screen to an easily viewable angle.
• Put your finger on the upper-left part of the LCD screen and
draw it toward you.
• The LCD screen tilts 140 degrees upward and 180 degrees
downward.
• The LCD screen rotates 180 degrees clockwise and 90
degrees counterclockwise.
• When the LCD screen is not used, it is recommended that
you close it with the screen side facing to the camera.
Note
• When the LCD screen is open, the eyepiece sensors may
not be able to function in situations involving low-position
shooting. If you look into the viewfinder and the viewing
mode does not switch from the monitor to the viewfinder
automatically, press the FINDER/LCD button.
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Shooting a clear image without camera shake
“Camera shake” refers to unwanted movement of the camera that occurs after the shutter button has been
pressed, resulting in a blurred image. To reduce camera shake follow the instructions below.
Camera shake warning indicator
Preparing the camera
In situations where the camera may be subject to camera-shake, the
(Camera shake warning) indicator flashes. In this case, use a
tripod or the flash.
(Camera shake warning)
indicator
Note
• The camera shake warning indicator does not appear in the following situations:
- The exposure mode is set to M/S, or during movie recording.
- When the viewing mode is set to [No Disp. Info.], [Level], or [Histogram].
Using the SteadyShot function
The SteadyShot function is available with this camera to reduce camera shake. The SteadyShot function
can be set separately for still image shooting and for movie recording.
The SteadyShot function is set to [On] for still image shooting and [Off] for movie recording in the
default settings.
MENU button 
3 or
1  [SteadyShot]  Select the desired setting
• You can also set the SteadyShot function used for still image shooting from the Quick Navi screen
(page 27).
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Shooting a clear image without camera shake
Notes
• The SteadyShot function may not work optimally when the power has just been turned on, right after
you point the camera towards a subject, or when the shutter button has been pressed all the way down
without stopping halfway.
• When using a tripod, deactivate the SteadyShot function because there is a potential for malfunction of
the SteadyShot function.
Holding the camera properly
Stabilize your upper body and take a position that keeps the camera from moving.
In viewfinder mode
In viewfinder mode
(vertical position)
In LCD screen mode
Point
One hand holds the grip of the camera, and the other hand supports the lens.
Point
Take a secure stance with your feet shoulder-width apart.
Point
Lightly tuck your elbows against your body.
When shooting in a kneeling position, steady your upper body by placing your elbow on your knee.
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Removing the Eyepiece cup
When attaching the FDA-A1AM Angle Finder (sold separately) to the camera, remove the Eyepiece cup.
Carefully slide the Eyepiece cup off by pushing on each side of
the Eyepiece cup.
• Put your fingers under the Eyepiece cup, and slide it
upward.
Preparing the camera
Note
• When an FDA-A1AM Angle Finder (sold separately) is attached to the camera, switch the display
between the viewfinder and the LCD screen by setting [FINDER/LCD Setting] in the Custom
menu to [Manual] and pressing the FINDER/LCD button. Setting [Eye-Start AF] to [Off] is
recommended because the eyepiece sensors located below the viewfinder may be activated.
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Shooting still images
The “Auto Mode” allows you to easily shoot any subject under any conditions because the camera makes
appropriate judgments on the situation to adjust the settings
1
Set the mode dial to
2
Hold the camera, monitoring your shot with the viewfinder.
(Auto Mode).
• Rotate the mode dial while pressing the mode dial lock
button on the center of the mode dial.
AF area
3
When using a zoom lens, turn the zoom ring, then decide on
your shot.
Zoom ring
4
Press the shutter button halfway down to focus.
5
Press the shutter button fully down to shoot.
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When the focus is confirmed,
lights up.
or
(Focus indicator)
Recording movies
Press the MOVIE button to start recording.
2
Press the MOVIE button again to stop recording.
• Movie recording can be started from any exposure
mode.
• The camera continues to adjust the focus using
[Continuous AF] when it is in autofocus mode.
• The shutter speed and aperture are adjusted
automatically. If you want to set them to particular
values, set them after the mode dial is set to
(Movie)
(page 62).
Movie button
Shooting and viewing images
1
Notes
• The sound of the camera and the lens in operation may be recorded while recording a movie. Using the
silent multi-controller, you can reduce the sound of the dialing operation for adjustments you need to
make (page 28). You can disable sound recording by setting [Audio Recording] to [Off] (page 35).
• The continuous recording time of a movie may be shorter, depending on the ambient temperature or
the status of the camera. See “Notes on continuous movie recording.”
• When the icon appears, the temperature of the camera is too high. Turn the camera off and wait
until the temperature of the camera drops.
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Playing back images
1
Press the
button.
button
2
Select an image with
on the multi-selector.
• To play back movies, press the center of the multi-selector.
During movie playback
Multi-selector/Rear control dial operation/
DISP button
To pause/resume
To fast-forward
To fast-rewind
To slow-forward
Rotate the rear control dial to the right during pause.
To slow-reverse
Rotate the rear control dial to the left during pause.
The movie is played back frame-by-frame.
To adjust sound volume
To display the information

DISP (Display) button
Note
• Movies recorded with other devices may not be played back on this camera.
Switching between still images and movies
To play back still images, set [Still/Movie Select] to [Folder View(Still)], and to play back movies, set [Still/
Movie Select] to [Folder View(MP4)] or [AVCHD View] according to the file format.
MENU button 
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1  [Still/Movie Select]  Select the desired mode
Deleting images
Prior to deleting the image, be sure to make a copy or decide whether you no longer wish to keep the
image or not. Make a copy of any images you may want to keep before deleting them from the camera
1
Display the image you want to delete and press the
button.
Shooting and viewing images
button
2
Select [Delete] with on the multi-selector, then press the center of the multi-selector.
Note
• Protected images cannot be deleted.
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Selecting a shooting mode
Rotate the mode dial while pressing the
mode dial lock button on the center of the
mode dial.
The following shooting modes are provided with the camera:
(Auto Mode)
Allows you to easily shoot any subject under any conditions because the camera makes appropriate
judgements on the situation to adjust the settings.
(Program Auto)
Allows you to shoot with the exposure adjusted automatically (both the shutter speed and the
aperture value). The other settings can be adjusted manually.
(Aperture Priority)
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the aperture value manually using the front or rear control dial.
(Shutter Priority)
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the shutter speed manually using the front or rear control dial.
(Manual Exposure)
1/2/3
(Scene Selection)
Allows you to shoot after adjusting the exposure manually (both the shutter speed and the aperture
value) using the front or rear control dial.
Calls up setting pre-registered in [Memory] in the
Still shooting menu.
Allows you to easily shoot any subject under any conditions as the camera makes appropriate settings
automatically.
(Sweep Panorama) Allows you to shoot panoramic images by combining multiple images.
(Tele-zoom Cont.
Priority AE)
(Movie)
Allows continuous shooting while the shutter button is fully depressed. The camera records the
images continuously at a maximum of about 10 or 8 images per second.
Allows you to shoot movies with the exposure adjusted manually (both the shutter speed and the
aperture value).
• Press the Fn button when you want to change the function of the selected mode (pages 27, 30).
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Functions available for each shooting mode
The functions you can use depend on the selected shooting mode.
In the table below, ü indicates the function available. – indicates the function not available.
The functions you cannot use are displayed in gray on the screen.
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Selecting a shooting mode
Exposure
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When the exposure mode is set to M, the exposure can be compensated only when the ISO sensitivity
is set to [AUTO].
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Using the various functions of the camera
thoughtfully
This Instruction Manual mainly provides the preparation of the camera before you use it, and information
on the functions list. For details of the functions, refer to the Handbook on the CD-ROM.
This chapter introduces some functions described in the Handbook.
Depth Map Assist Continuous AF
In addition to the Continuous AF function, assist areas are displayed to help you to continue to focus on
subjects.
Set [Focus mode] to [Depth Map assist
Continuous AF] with the Fn button.
Assist area
After the camera focuses on the subject using
the 19 AF areas, the camera continues to focus
on the subject.
An assist area is displayed only when a compatible lens is attached to the camera.
For details on compatible lenses, visit www.hasselblad.com, or consult your Hasselblad dealer or local
authorised Hasselblad service facility.
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Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully
AF Range Control
You can restrict the autofocus range. This function allows the camera to focus on a subject without
interference from objects in the back-ground and fore-ground.
Press the AF RANGE button so that the
AF RANGE screen apears
Press the AF RANGE button again to lock
the distance
The AF area and assist area that overlap with
the subject located within the AF range you
set turn to yellow. An assist area is displayed
only when a compatible lens is attached to the
camera.
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Various functions
Set the maximum shooting distance with the front
control dial and set the minimum shooting distance
with the rear control dial.
Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully
Movie recording with a positive approach to audio
In addition to full HD quality movie settings, the following items can be set: [Audio Rec Level], [Audio
Level Display] and [Audio Output Timing].
Set the mode dial to
(Movie)
Headphones jack
When headphones are used, you
can set the echo compensation
using [Audio Output Timing].
MENU button 
2
Press the MOVIE
button to start or stop
recording.
[Audio Rec Level]
You can adjust the
audio recording
level by monitoring
the level meter.
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[Audio Level Display]
You can display the
audio level on the
screen and shoot the
image.
Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully
ISO sensitivity/Multi frame noise reduction
The ISO sensitivity can be set to AUTO, or be adjusted between ISO 50 and ISO 25600.
When [AUTO] is selected, you can change the range of the AUTO setting that is automatically set with
[ISO AUTO Maximum] or [ISO AUTO Minimum].
Various functions
Press the ISO button
Select the desired setting with
on the multi-selector.
When you select (Multi Frame Noise Reduct.), you can select larger ISO numbers than the maximum
ISO sensitivity.
The camera shoots continuous multiple images automatically, combines the images, reduces the noise, and
records 1 image. The image recorded is comprised of one image combined from those taken.
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Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully
Creative Style
You can select the style to be used to perform image processing from among 13 styles, and you can also
adjust the contrast, saturation, and sharpness for each Creative Style.
Select [Creative Style] with
the Fn button.
Select the desired Creative
Style or the style box with
on the multiselector.
Creative Style item (13 types)
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Style box
You can fine-tune the setting
from the original setting and
save the adjusted setting.
Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully
Hand-held Twilight
You can shoot night scenes with less noise and blur without using a tripod. A burst of shots is taken, and
image processing is applied to reduce subject blur, camera shake, and noise.
Various functions
Set the mode dial to
Fn button  [Scene Selection]
 [Hand-held Twilight]
DRO/Auto HDR
Using the DRO/Auto HDR function, you can capture various gradations of the contrast of images.
DRO: By dividing the image into small areas, the camera analyses the contrast of light and shadow
between the subject and the background, producing the image with the optimal brightness and gradation.
Auto HDR: Shoots 3 images with different exposures, and then overlays the correctly exposed image, the
bright areas of an under exposed image and the dark areas of an over exposed image to create an image
with rich gradation.
Playback functions
Select [DRO/Auto HDR]
with the Fn button.
Select the desired setting with
on the multi-selector.
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Using the various functions of the camera thoughtfully
Convenient functions for playback are as follows:
Magnifies or demagnifies images
Image index screen Pressing the DISP
button changes the screen from the
9-image screen to the 4- image screen.
Deletes unnecessary
images.
Changes to the
playback screen.
Rotates the image
counterclockwise.
Pressing the center of the
multiselector rotates the image
counterclockwise.
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Using the software
The Following applications are available to download from the supplied CD-ROM.
• “Image Data Converter”
• “PlayMemories Home”
• “Remote Camera Control”
For detailed notes on installation, also see pages 74, 75.
With “Image Data Converter” you can do things such as the following:
• Open and edit images recorded in RAW format with various corrections, such as tone curve, and
sharpness.
• Adjust images with white balance, exposure, and creative style, etc.
• Save the images displayed and edited on a computer. You can either save the image as RAW format or
save it in the general file format.
• Display and compare RAW/JPEG images recorded with this camera.
• Rate the images on a scale of 5.
• Set color labels.
To use “Image Data Converter,” refer to Help.
Click [Start]  [All Programs]  [Image Data Converter]  [Help]  [Image Data Converter Ver.4].
Using “PlayMemories Home”
With “PlayMemories Home” you can do things such as the following:
• Set images shot with the camera and display them on the computer.
• Organize images on the computer on a calendar by shooting date to view them.
• Retouch (red-eye reduction, etc.), print, send still images as e-mail attachments, and change the
shooting date.
• Edit images on the computer, such as trimming, resizing.
• Print or save still images with the date.
• Create Blu-ray discs or DVD discs from AVCHD movies imported to a computer. (An Internet
connection environment is required when a Blu-ray disc/DVD disc is created for the first time.)
Notes
• “PlayMemories Home” is not compatible with Mac computers. When you play back images on Mac
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Viewing images on a computer
Using “Image Data Converter”
Using the software
computers, use the appropriate application software supplied with the Mac computer.
• Movies recorded with the [60p 28M(PS)]/[50p 28M(PS)], [60i 24M(FX)]/[50i 24M(FX)] or [24p
24M(FX)]/[25p 24M(FX)] setting in [Record Setting] are converted by “PlayMemories Home” in order
to create an AVCHD recording disc. This conversion can take a long time. Also, you cannot create a
disc with the original image quality. If you want to keep the original image quality, you must store your
movies on a Blu-ray disc.
To use “PlayMemories Home,” refer to “PlayMemories Home Help Guide.”
Double-click the shortcut of (PlayMemories Home Help Guide) on the desktop. Or, click [Start]  [All
Programs]  [PlayMemories Home]  [PlayMemories Home Help Guide].
Using “Remote Camera Control”
Connect the camera to your computer. With “Remote Camera Control” you can:
• Set up the camera or record an image from the computer.
• Record an image directly to the computer.
• Perform an Interval Timer Shooting.
Set up the following before use: MENU button 
3  [USB Connection]  [PC Remote]
To use “Remote Camera Control,” refer to Help.
Click [Start]  [All Programs]  [Remote Camera Control]  [Help]  [Remote Camera Control
Ver.3].
Note
• In Interval Timer Shooting, the drive mode is set to [Single Shooting]. If the focus is not achieved,
the shutter is not released (except when the manual focus is selected or [Priority setup] in the
Still
shooting menu is set to [Release]).
Recommended computer environment (Windows)
The following computer environment is recommended when using the supplied software and importing
images via a USB connection.
OS (pre-installed)
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Microsoft Windows XP* SP3/Windows Vista** SP2/Windows 7 SP1
Using the software
“PlayMemories Home”
CPU: Intel Pentium III 800 MHz or faster
(For playing/editing the High Definition movies: Intel Core Duo 1.66 GHz or faster/Intel
Core 2 Duo 1.66 GHz or faster, Intel Core 2 Duo 2.26 GHz or faster (AVC HD (FX/FH)),
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.40 GHz or faster (AVC HD (PS)))
Memory: Windows XP 512MB or more (1 GB or more is recommended), Windows
Vista/Windows 7 1 GB or more
Hard Disk: Disk space required for installation-approximately 500 MB
Display: Screen resolution-1024 × 768 dots or more
Viewing images on a computer
CPU/Memory: Pentium 4 or faster/1 GB or more
“Image Data Converter
Ver.4”/“Remote Camera Control Display: 1024 × 768 dots or more
Ver.3”
* 64-bit editions and Starter (Edition) are not supported. Windows Image Mastering API (IMAPI)
Ver.2.0 or later is required to use the function for creating discs.
** Starter (Edition) is not supported.
Recommended computer environment (Mac)
The following computer environment is recommended when using the supplied software and importing
images via a USB connection.
OS (pre-installed)
USB Connection: Mac OS X v10.3 – v10.8
“Image Data Converter Ver.4” “Remote Camera Control Ver.3”: Mac OS X v10.5 –
v10.8
“Image Data Converter Ver.4”/
‘Remote Camera Control Ver.3”
CPU: Intel Core Solo/Core Duo/Core 2 Duo or faster
Memory: 1 GB or more is recommended.
Display: 1024 × 768 dots or more
Notes
• Operation is not assured in an environment based on an upgrade of the operating systems described
above or in a multi-boot environment.
• If you connect 2 or more USB devices to a single computer at the same time, some devices, including
the camera, may not operate, depending on the types of USB devices you are using.
• Connecting the camera using a USB interface that is compatible with Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0
compliant) allows advanced transfer (high speed transfer), as the camera is compatible with Hi-Speed
USB (USB 2.0 compliant).
• When your computer resumes activity from suspend or sleep mode, communication between the
camera and your computer may not recover at the same time.
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Using the software
Installing “PlayMemories Home” (Windows)
Log on as Administrator.
1
2
3
4
5
Turn on your computer, and insert the CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
The installation menu screen appears.
• If it does not appear, double-click [Computer] (For Windows XP: [My Computer])  [Start.
exe].
• If the AutoPlay screen appears, select “Start.exe” and follow the instructions that appear on the
screen to proceed with the installation.
Choose your language.
Choose “Downloads”
Click on “PlayMemories Home”
The software will now be downloaded to your preferred download folder
Run “PMHOME_2003DL.exe” and follow the instructions on screen.
Installing “Image Data Converter” (Windows)
Image Data Converter allows you to develop RAW images.
1
2
3
4
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Insert the CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive and run “Start.exe”.
Choose your language.
Choose “Image Data Converter”.
Click on “Install IDC” and follow the instructions on screen
Using the software
Installing “Image Data Converter” (Mac - English version)
Insert the CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
Choose your language.
Viewing images on a computer
1
2
3
4
Open the “Image Data Converter” folder.
Double - click on the “IDC.dmg” file and follow the instructions on screen
Installing “Image Data Converter” (Mac - All Non-English versions)
1
2
3
4
Insert the CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
Choose your language.
Double-click the “Image Data Converter” shortcut.
Run the “IDC Install” package and follow the instructions on screen
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Learning more about the camera (Handbook)
The Handbook (English), which explains how to use the camera in detail, is included on the CD-ROM
(supplied). Refer to it for in-depth instructions on the many functions of the camera. Other languages are
available for download from www.hasselblad.com
For Windows users
1
2
3
4
5
Turn on your computer, and insert the HV CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
If it doesn’t appear, double-click [Computer] (for Windows XP: [My Computer]) -> Start.exe
If the autoplay screen appears, select “Start.exe”
Choose your language
Choose “Handbook”
Choose “Open Handbook”
NB. You need to have a PDF reader installed on your computer
For convenience save the Handbook to your computer. With Adobe Acrobat Reader choose Archive ->
Save and choose your file location.
For Mac users
1
2
3
4
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TTurn on your computer, and insert the HV CD-ROM (supplied) into the CD-ROM drive.
Choose your language
Open the Handbook PDF
For convenience save the Handbook to your computer. With Adobe Acrobat Reader choose Archive ->
Save Preview, and choose your file location.
Checking the number of recordable images/
recording time
Others
Once you insert a memory card into the camera and
set the power switch to ON, the number of images that
can be recorded (should you continue to shoot using
the current settings) is displayed on the screen.
Notes
• When “0” (the number of recordable images) flashes in yellow, the memory card is full. Replace the
memory card with another one, or delete images in the current memory card (pages 39, 61).
• When “NO CARD” (the number of recordable images) flashes in yellow, it means no memory card has
been inserted. Insert a memory card.
The number of images that can be recorded on a memory card
The table shows the approximate number of images that can be recorded on a memory card formatted
with this camera. The values are defined using standard memory cards for testing. The values may vary
depending on the shooting conditions and the type of memory card used.
Image Size: L 24M
Aspect Ratio: 3:2*
A memory card formatted with the camera
Capacity
(Units: Images)
2GB
4GB
8GB
16GB
32GB
64GB
Standard
280
560
1100
2250
4600
9200
Fine
195
395
800
1600
3200
6400
RAW & JPEG
54
105
215
435
870
1750
RAW
74
145
295
600
1200
2400
Size
• When [Aspect Ratio] is set to [16:9], you can record more images than the numbers shown in the table
above (except when [RAW] is selected).
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The number of images that can be recorded using a battery pack
The approximate number of images that can be recorded is as follows when you use the camera with the
battery pack (supplied) at full capacity.
Note that the actual numbers may be less than those indicated depending on the conditions of use.
HV
LCD monitor mode
Viewfinder mode
Approx. 500 images
Approx. 410 images
• The number is calculated with a battery pack at full capacity and in the following situation:
- At an ambient temperature of 25°C (77°F).
- Using the battery pack that is charged for an hour after the CHARGE lamp goes out.
- Using Sony “Memory Stick PRO Duo” media (sold separately).
- “Memory Stick PRO Duo” media is inserted in memory card SLOT1 and there is no memory card in
memory card SLOT2.
- [Quality] is set to [Fine].
- [Focus Mode] is set to [Automatic AF].
- Shooting once every 30 seconds.
- The power turns on and off once every 10 times.
- [GPS On/Off] is set to [Off].
•The measurement method is based on the CIPA standard.
(CIPA: Camera & Imaging Products Association)
Available recording time for a movie
The table below shows the approximate total recording times using a memory card formatted with this
camera.
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A memory card formatted with the camera
Capacity
(h (hour), m (minute))
4GB
8GB
16GB
32GB
64GB
60i 24M(FX)/50i
24M(FX)
10 m
20 m
40 m
1 h 30 m
3h
6h
60i 17M(FH)/50i
17M(FH)
10 m
30 m
1h
2h
4h5m
8 h 15 m
60p 28M(PS)/50p
28M(PS)
9m
15 m
35 m
1 h 15 m
2 h 30 m
5h5m
24p 24M(FX)/25p
24M(FX)
10 m
20 m
40 m
1 h 30 m
3h
6h
24p 17M(FH)/25p
17M(FH)
10 m
30 m
1h
2h
4h5m
8 h 15 m
20 m
40 m
1 h 20 m
2 h 45 m
5 h 30 m
11 h 5 m
1 h 10 m
2 h 25 m
4 h 55 m
10 h
20 h 5 m
40 h
15 m
1440×1080 12M
VGA 3M
Others
2GB
Record Setting
Notes
• The recordable time of movies varies for the reason that the camera equipped with VBR (Variable Bit
Rate) which automatically adjusts image quality depending on shooting scene. When you record fastmoving subject, the image is clearer but the recordable time is shorter because it spends much memory
to record. The recordable time also vary depending on the shooting condition or subject or setting of
image quality/size.
• The values shown are not the continuous recording time.
• Recording time may depend on shooting conditions and the memory card used.
• When is indicated, stop recording the movie. The temperature inside the camera has increased to an
unacceptable level.
• For details on movie playback, see page 60.
Notes on continuous movie recording
• It requires a lot of power to perform high quality movie recording or continuous shooting using
the image sensor. Therefore, if you continue to shoot, the temperature inside the camera will rise,
especially that of the image sensor. In such cases, the camera is turned off automatically since higher
temperatures affect the quality of the images or burden the internal mechanism of the camera.
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• The duration of time available for movie recording is as follows when the camera starts recording after
the power of the camera has been turned off for a while. (The following values indicate the continuous
time from when the camera starts recording until the camera stops recording.)
Ambient temperature
Continuous recording time
for movies
20°C (68°F)
About 29 minutes
30°C (86°F)
About 29 minutes
40°C (104°F)
About 29 minutes
• The duration of time available for movie recording varies with the temperature or condition of the
camera before you start recording. If you frequently recompose or shoot images after the power is
turned on, the temperature inside the camera rises and the recording time available is shorter than the
values indicated in the table above.
• If the camera stops recording due to the temperature, leave it for several minutes with the power
turned off. Start recording after the temperature inside the camera drops fully.
• If you observe the following points, the recording time is longer.
- Keep the camera out of direct sunlight.
- Turn the camera off when it is not being used.
• The maximum size of a movie file is about 2 GB. When the file size is about 2 GB, the recording stops
automatically when [File Format] is set to [MP4], and a new movie file is created automatically when
[File Format] is set to [AVCHD].
• The maximum continuous recording time is 29 minutes
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Specifications
Camera
[System]
Camera Type
Lens
[Image sensor]
Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera
A-mount lens*
When a DT lens is attached, the APS-C size is automatically selected.
[SteadyShot]
For still images
For movies
[Anti-Dust]
System
[Auto focus system]
System
Sensitivity Range
AF illuminator
[Electronic viewfinder]
Type
Screen size
Total number of dots
Frame coverage
Magnification
Eye Point
Diopter Adjustment
[LCD monitor]
LCD panel
Total number of dots
Others
Image format
35 mm full-frame (35.8 mm×23.9 mm) CMOS image sensor
Total pixel number of image sensor Approx. 24 700 000 pixels
Effective pixel number of camera
Approx. 24 300 000 pixels
System: Image sensor-shift mechanism Effect: Approx. 2.5 EV to 4.5 EV in shutter speed
(depending on shooting conditions and the attached lens)
System: Electronic
Charge protection coating on Low-Pass Filter and image sensor-shift mechanism
TTL phase-detection system, 19 points (11 points cross type) and 102 assist points*
*The AF assist function can be used only with compatible lenses.
–1 EV to 18 EV (at ISO 100 equivalent)
Approx. 1 m to 7 m (3.3 feet to 23 feet)
Electronic viewfinder
1.3 cm (0.5 type)
2 359 296 dots
100%
0.71 × with 50 mm lens at infinity, –1 m–1 (diopter)
Approximately 27 mm from the eyepiece, 22 mm from the eyepiece frame at –1 m–1
–4.0 m–1 to +3.0 m–1 (diopter)
7.5 cm (3.0 type) TFT drive
1 228 800 dots
[Exposure control]
Metering Cell
“Exmor” CMOS sensor
Metering method
1 200-zone evaluative metering
Metering Range
–2 EV to +17 EV (at ISO 100 equivalent with F1.4 lens)
ISO sensitivity (Recommended exposure index)
Still images: AUTO, ISO 50 to 25 600 (1/3 EV step)
Movies: AUTO, ISO 100 to 6 400 (1/3 EV step)
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Specifications
Exposure compensation
[Shutter]
Type
Speed range
Flash sync speed
[Continuous shooting]
Continuous shooting speed
Multi frame noise reduction: AUTO/ISO 100 to 51 200
±5.0 EV (switchable between 1/3 and 1/2 EV steps)
Electronically-controlled, vertical-traverse, focal-plane type
Still images: 1/8 000 second to 30 seconds, bulb
Movies: 1/8 000 second to 1/4 second (1/3 step)
1080 60i-compatible device
up to 1/60 in AUTO mode (up to 1/30 in Auto slow shutter mode)
1080 50i-compatible device
up to 1/50 in AUTO mode (up to 1/25 in Auto slow shutter mode)
1/250 second
Tele-zoom Cont. Priority AE: Approx. maximum 10 images per second/
: Approx.
maximum 6 images per second/
: Approx. maximum 2.5 images per second
The speed of continuous shooting is estimated using our criteria. The speed of continuous
shooting is slower, depending on shooting conditions.
The maximum number of continuous shots (when using “Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo” media)
In Tele-zoom Cont. Priority AE mode (approx. maximum 10 images per second)
Extra fine: 18 images/Fine: 22 images/Standard: 24 images
In Continuous shooting
Extra fine: 14 images/Fine: 18 images/Standard: 20 images/RAW & JPEG: 11 images/RAW:
13 images
The numbers vary, depending on the type of subject or the memory card. The numbers are calculated when the ISO sensitivity is
set to ISO 320 or lower, or [High ISO NR] is set to [Off].
[Image zooming playback]
Scaling range
[Recording format]
File format
Movie (AVCHD format)
Movie (MP4 format)
[Recording media]
[Slot]
SLOT1
SLOT2
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Image size: L: Approx. ×1.0 – ×16.7/M: Approx. ×1.0 – ×11.8/S: Approx. ×1.0 – ×8.3
JPEG (DCF Ver. 2.0, Exif Ver. 2.3, MPF Baseline) compliant, RAW (Sony ARW 2.3 format)
AVCHD Ver. 2.0 compliant
Video: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Audio: Dolby Digital 2ch, equipped with Dolby Digital Stereo Creator
Manufactured under license from Dolby Laboratories.
Video: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Audio: MPEG-4 AAC-LC 2ch
“Memory Stick PRO Duo” media, SD card
Multi-slot for “Memory Stick PRO Duo” media, SD card (UHS-I interface)
Slot for SD card (UHS-I interface)
Operations between memory cards
Specifications
[Input/output terminals]
USB
HDMI
(Microphone) Terminal
(Headphones) Terminal
REMOTE Terminal
miniB, Hi-Speed USB (USB 2.0)
HDMI minijack
3.5 mm Stereo minijack
3.5 mm Stereo minijack
[Power, general]
Others
Used battery pack
Rechargeable battery pack NP-FM500H
Power consumption (during shooting)
When using the viewfinder: Approx. 4.2 W
When using the LCD screen: Approx. 3.6 W
(With the HF2470Z lens attached, for shooting still images)
[Others]
MicrophoneStereo
SpeakerMonaural
Exif Print
Compatible
PRINT Image Matching III
Compatible
DPOF
Compatible
Dimensions
Approx. 147 mm × 111.2 mm × 78.4 mm
(5 7/8 inches × 4 1/2 inches × 3 1/8 inches) (W/H/D, excluding protrusions)
Mass
Approx. 863 g (1 lb 14.4 oz) (with battery and “Memory Stick PRO Duo” media)
Approx. 784 g (1 lb 11.7 oz) (body only)
Operating temperature
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
ADP-MAA Shoe adaptor
Mass
Dimensions
Approx. 12 g (0.5 oz)
Approx. 26 mm × 20.1 mm × 26 mm (1 1/16 inches × 13/16 inches × 1 1/16 inches)
(W/H/D, excluding protrusions)
BC-VM10A Battery charger
Input rating
Output rating
Operating temperature range
Storage temperature range
Maximum dimensions
Mass
100 V - 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz, 9 W
8.4 V DC, 0.75 A
0°C to 40°C (32°F to 104°F)
–20°C to +60°C (–4°F to +140°F)
Approx. 70 mm × 25 mm × 95 mm (2 7/8 inches × 1 inch × 3 3/4 inches) (W/H/D)
Approx. 90 g (3.2 oz)
Rechargeable battery pack NP-FM500H
Used battery
Maximum voltage
Nominal voltage
Maximum charge voltage
Maximum charge current
Capacity
Lithium-ion battery
DC 8.4 V
DC 7.2 V
DC 8.4 V
2.0 A
Typical
11.8 Wh (1 650 mAh)
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Specifications
Maximum dimensions
Mass
Minimum
11.5 Wh (1 600 mAh)
Approx. 38.2 mm × 20.5 mm × 55.6 mm (1 9/16 inches × 13/16 inches × 2 1/4 inches)
(W/H/D)
Approx. 78 g (2.8 oz)
Design and specifications are subject to change without notice.
On image data compatibility
• This camera conforms with DCF (Design rule for Camera File system) universal standard established
by JEITA (Japan Electronics and Information Technology Industries Association).
• Playback of images recorded with your camera on other equipment and playback of images recorded
or edited with other equipment on your camera are not guaranteed.
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Specifications
Trademarks
• Add further enjoyment with your PlayStation 3
by downloading the application for PlayStation 3
from PlayStation Store (where available.)
• The application for PlayStation 3 requires
PlayStation Network account and application
download. Accessible in areas where the
PlayStation Store is available.
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Others
•
is a trademark of Victor Hasselblad AB.
• “Memory Stick,”
, “Memory Stick PRO,”
, “Memory Stick Duo,”
, “Memory Stick PRO Duo,”
, “Memory Stick PRO-HG
Duo,”
, “Memory Stick
Micro,” “MagicGate,” and
are
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
• “InfoLITHIUM” is a trademark of Sony
Corporation.
• “PhotoTV HD” is a trademark of Sony
Corporation.
• “AVCHD Progressive” and “AVCHD
Progressive” logotype are trademarks of
Panasonic Corporation and Sony Corporation.
• Blu-ray Disc ™ and Blu-ray ™ are trademarks of
the Blu-ray Disc Association.
• Dolby and the double-D symbol are trademarks
of Dolby Laboratories.
• Microsoft, Windows, DirectX, and Windows
Vista are either registered trademarks or
trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the
United States and/or other countries.
• The terms HDMI and HDMI High-Definition
Multimedia Interface, and the HDMI Logo are
trademarks or registered trademarks of HDMI
Licensing LLC in the United States and other
countries.
• Mac and Mac OS are trademarks or registered
trademarks of Apple Inc.
• Intel, Intel Core, MMX, and Pentium are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel
Corporation.
• SDXC Logo is a trademark of SD-3C, LLC.
• Eye-Fi is a trademark of Eye-Fi Inc.
• MultiMediaCard is a trademark of
MultiMediaCard Association.
• “ ” and “PlayStation” are registered
trademarks of Sony Computer Entertainment
Inc.
• Adobe is a registered trademark or a trademark
of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United
States and/or other countries.
• In addition, system and product names used
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or registered trademarks of their respective
developers or manufacturers. However, the ™ or
® marks are not used in all cases in this manual.
Index
A
A ....................................................... 62
ADI flash............................................ 33
Adobe RGB........................................ 34
AE Lock............................................. 26
AEL.................................................... 26
AEL w/ shutter................................... 34
AF area............................................... 31
AF drive speed................................... 34
AF Illuminator................................... 34
AF Micro Adj..................................... 42
AF On................................................ 37
AF RANGE........................................ 65
AF RANGE Button............................ 36
AF range control................................ 65
AF Range Control Assist................... 36
AF Tracking Duration........................ 35
AF w/ shutter..................................... 34
AF/MF button.............................. 26, 37
AF/MF control................................... 26
AF-D.................................................. 64
Ambient light..................................... 38
Anti-dust function.............................. 51
Aperture Preview............................... 37
Aperture Priority................................ 62
APS-C Size Capture........................... 46
Area Setting....................................... 53
Aspect Ratio....................................... 33
Audio Level Display.......................... 35
Audio Output Timing......................... 35
Audio Rec Level................................ 35
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Audio Recording................................ 35
Audio signals..................................... 42
AUTO................................................ 58
Auto HDR.......................................... 69
Auto Mode......................................... 62
Auto Port. Framing............................ 31
Auto Review...................................... 36
Auto Slow Shutter.............................. 35
Auto WB............................................ 32
Autoflash............................................ 31
Auto-lock Accessory shoe.................. 20
Automatic AF..................................... 31
AVCHD.............................................. 35
AVCHD View.................................... 39
B
Battery pack................................. 44, 46
Bracket order...................................... 38
Bracket: Cont..................................... 31
C
Center weighted................................. 31
Charging battery pack........................ 44
Cleaning Mode................................... 42
Clear Image Zoom............................. 33
Cloudy (White balance)..................... 32
Color filter (White balance)............... 32
Color Space........................................ 34
Color temperature (White balance)
....................................................... 32
Computer............................................ 71
Continuous AF................................... 31
Continuous shooting.......................... 31
Copy................................................... 40
Index
Creative Style..................................... 68
Ctrl dial setup..................................... 38
CTRL FOR HDMI............................. 41
Custom (White balance).................... 32
Custom button.................................... 38
D
Enlarged image.................................. 26
Exp.comp.set...................................... 38
Exposure compensation..................... 38
Exposure mode................................... 62
Exposure step..................................... 34
Extra fine............................................ 33
Eye-Fi................................................. 42
Eyepiece cup...................................... 57
Eyepiece sensor............................ 15, 57
Eye-Start AF....................................... 35
Index
Date Imprint....................................... 39
Date/Time Setup................................ 52
Daylight (White balance)................... 32
DC IN terminal.................................. 18
Delete........................................... 39, 61
Delete confirm.................................... 41
Demo Mode....................................... 42
Depth Map Assist Continuous AF
....................................................... 64
Dial exp.comp.................................... 38
Digital Zoom...................................... 33
Diopter-adjustment............................ 15
Direct manual focus........................... 31
DISP................................................... 26
DISP Button(Finder).......................... 36
DISP Button(Monitor)....................... 36
Display All Info.................................. 36
Display Card Space............................ 40
Display panel..................................... 25
Display panel illumination button
....................................................... 25
DMF................................................... 31
DPOF Setup....................................... 39
D-Range Optimizer............................ 69
Drive mode......................................... 31
DRO Bracket...................................... 31
DRO/Auto HDR................................ 69
E
F
Face Detection................................... 31
Face Priority Tracking........................ 39
Face Registration............................... 39
FEL lock............................................. 26
File Format (Movie)........................... 35
File Number....................................... 40
Fill-flash............................................. 31
FINDER/LCD Setting........................ 36
Fine.................................................... 33
Flash (White balance)........................ 32
Flash compensation............................ 31
Flash control....................................... 33
Flash Mode........................................ 31
Flash Off............................................ 31
Flash sync terminal............................ 18
Fluor.: Cool White
(White balance) ........................... 32
Fluor.: Day White
(White balance) ........................... 32
Fluor.: Daylight
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Index
(White balance)............................ 32
Fluor.: Warm White
(White balance)............................ 32
Fn................................................. 30, 31
Focus Hold......................................... 38
Focus Hold Button............................. 38
Focus Magnifier................................. 37
Focus Mode........................................ 31
Folder Name....................................... 40
Folder View........................................ 39
Format................................................ 40
Front Curtain Shutter......................... 39
Func. of AEL button........................... 37
Function button.................................. 30
G
GPS Settings...................................... 41
Graphic Display................................. 36
Grid Line............................................ 36
H
Hand-held Twilight............................ 69
HDMI Info. Display........................... 41
HDMI Resolution.............................. 41
HDR Painting..................................... 32
High Contrast Mono.......................... 32
High ISO NR..................................... 33
Histogram........................................... 36
I
Image Data Converter........................ 71
Image Index....................................... 26
Image Size.......................................... 33
In-Camera Guide................................ 43
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Incandescent (White balance)............ 32
Initialize............................................. 42
Install............................................ 74, 75
Intelligent Auto.................................. 31
ISO Button................................... 37, 67
ISO sensitivity.................................... 67
L
Landscape.......................................... 31
Language...................................... 10, 42
LCD Brightness................................. 41
LCD screen.................................. 21, 59
Lens.................................................... 50
Lens Comp.:
Chromatic Aberration .................. 39
Lens Comp.: Distortion...................... 39
Lens Comp.: Peripheral Shading
....................................................... 39
Live View Display............................. 37
Local (AF area).................................. 31
Long Exposure NR............................ 33
M
M ....................................................... 62
Macro................................................. 31
Manual Exposure............................... 62
Manual focus...................................... 31
Mass Storage...................................... 42
Memory.............................................. 34
Memory card................................ 46, 49
Menu.................................................. 33
Menu start.......................................... 41
Metering Mode................................... 31
Microphone jack................................ 18
Index
N
New Folder......................................... 40
Night Portrait..................................... 31
Night Scene........................................ 31
No Disp. Info..................................... 36
Number of recordable images
................................................. 77, 78
O
Object Tracking.................................. 31
P
P ....................................................... 62
PAL/NTSC Selector........................... 42
Panorama: Direction.......................... 33
Panorama: Size................................... 33
Partial Color....................................... 32
PC Remote......................................... 42
Peaking Color..................................... 37
Peaking Level..................................... 37
Picture Effect..................................... 32
Playback Display............................... 40
PlayMemories Home......................... 71
Pop Color........................................... 32
Portrait................................................ 31
Posterization....................................... 32
Power Save......................................... 41
Power Saving Start Time................... 41
Pre-flash TTL..................................... 33
Pressing halfway down...................... 58
Preview.............................................. 26
Preview Button............................. 26, 38
Priority setup...................................... 34
Program Auto..................................... 62
Protect................................................ 39
Index
Miniature............................................ 32
Mode Dial Guide................................ 41
Movie................................................. 59
MOVIE Button............................ 38, 59
Movie recording................................. 59
MP4.................................................... 35
MTP................................................... 42
Multi frame noise reduction............... 67
Multi interface shoe..................... 17, 20
Multi segment.................................... 31
Multi-selector..................................... 15
Q
Quality................................................ 33
Quick Navi......................................... 27
R
RAW................................................... 33
RAW + JPEG..................................... 33
Rear sync............................................ 31
Record Setting (Movie)...................... 35
Recording Mode........................... 40, 47
Recording movies.............................. 59
Recover Image DB............................. 40
Red Eye Reduction............................ 36
Reducing camera shake...................... 55
Release w/o Lens............................... 36
Remaining battery level..................... 48
REMOTE........................................... 18
Remote Camera Control.................... 72
Remote Commander.................... 18, 31
REMOTE terminal............................. 18
Retro Photo........................................ 32
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Index
Rich-tone Mono................................. 32
Rotate........................................... 26, 70
S
S ....................................................... 68
S. Auto Cont. Shooting...................... 36
S. Auto Image Extract........................ 36
Scene Selection.................................. 62
SCN.................................................... 62
Select Playback Media....................... 40
Select REC Folder.............................. 40
Select Recording Media............... 40, 47
Self-timer........................................... 31
Set the clock....................................... 52
Shade (White balance)....................... 32
Shoe adaptor....................................... 20
Shooting............................................. 58
Shooting mode................................... 62
Shot. Result Preview.......................... 37
Shoulder strap.................................... 18
Shutter Priority................................... 62
Silent Controller................................. 28
Silent multi-controller........................ 28
Single Bracket.................................... 31
Single Shooting.................................. 31
Single-shot AF................................... 31
Slide Show......................................... 39
SLOW SYNC..................................... 26
Smart teleconverter............................ 26
Smile Shutter...................................... 31
Soft Focus.......................................... 32
Soft High-key..................................... 32
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Software............................................. 71
Specifications..................................... 81
Specify Printing................................. 39
Sports Action...................................... 31
Spot (AF area).................................... 31
Spot (Metering Mode)........................ 31
sRGB.................................................. 34
Standard............................................. 33
SteadyShot function........................... 55
Still/Movie Select............................... 39
Strap................................................... 18
Style box............................................ 68
Sunset........................................... 31, 32
Superior Auto..................................... 31
Sweep Panorama................................ 62
T
T10..................................................... 31
T8....................................................... 31
Tele-zoom Cont. Priority AE............. 62
Toy Camera........................................ 32
Tracking focus.................................... 31
U
Upload Settings.................................. 42
USB Connection................................ 42
USB LUN Setting.............................. 42
V
Version............................................... 42
Viewfinder.......................................... 15
Viewfinder Bright............................... 41
Viewing image................................... 60
Volume Settings........................... 40, 60
Index
W
Index
WB..................................................... 32
WB bracket........................................ 31
White Balance.................................... 32
Wide (AF area)................................... 31
Wind Noise Reduct............................ 35
Wireless (Flash Mode)....................... 31
Z
Zone (AF area)................................... 31
Zoom............................................ 26, 58
Additional information on this product and
answers to frequently asked questions can
be found at www.hasselblad.com
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