Sony Alpha 230 User Manual (en)

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ing the shooting 
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Note
• When you press the shutter button without looking into the viewfinder, use the 
eyepiece cover (page 26).
Bracket shooting allows you to shoot several images, each with different 
degrees of exposure. This camera is equipped with an auto bracket 
function. Specify the value of deviation (steps) from the base exposure, and 
the camera shoots while automatically shifting the exposure. You can 
choose an image that has the brightness you like after shooting is finished.
When the flash is fired, flash bracket shooting is used to shift the amount of 
flash light. To shoot, press the shutter button shot by shot.
* _ EV displayed with 
 is the step currently selected.
Shooting images with the exposure shifted (Exposure 
bracket)
1
 on the control button t 
 (Bracket: Cont.) t Select 
the desired bracket step
2
Adjust the focus and shoot the subject.
The base exposure is set at the first shot in the bracket.
* (Bracket: 
Cont.)
Shoots three images with the exposure shifted by a selected 
step.
Press and hold the shutter button until the recording stops.
When the flash is fired, press the shutter button shot by shot.
Base exposure
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