Pentax K-5 II User Manual (en)

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Cross processing is the procedure of deliberately processing a film in the 
wrong type of chemicals to create an image with different colors and 
contrast. This camera features digital cross processing, which is done 
internally.
1
Select [Cross Processing] in the [Rec. Mode 2] menu 
and press the four-way controller (
5).
When the exposure mode is set to C (Movie), select from [Movie] in the 
[A Rec. Mode 4] menu. (p.152)
The [Cross Processing] screen appears.
2
Press the four-way controller (5
and use the four-way controller 
(
23) to select an item and press 
the 
4 button.
Select from [Off], [Random], [Preset 1-3] 
and [Favorite 1-3].
3
Press the 3 button twice.
The camera is ready to take a picture.
Setting Cross Processing
• When Cross Processing is set, the file format is fixed to [JPEG] and cannot 
be changed. You cannot use Cross Processing when the file format is set to 
[RAW] or [RAW+].
• When Cross Processing is set, the following functions and operation are not 
available.
- Multi-exposure
- Extended Bracketing or HDR Capture (The function selected last is used.)
- Changing the settings of White Balance and Custom Image
Cross Processing
Cross Processing
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