Canon 5131B001 User Manual (en)

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Just as with still images, you can let the camera select the best settings for 
the scene or add various effects while shooting movies.
Choose a Shooting mode.
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Follow Steps 1 – 2 on p. 64 to choose a 
Shooting mode.
Shoot.
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Touch .
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Depending on the Shooting mode or movie 
image quality (p. 116) you choose, black 
bars may appear on the sides of the 
screen. These areas will not be recorded 
when shooting.
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To stop shooting the movie, touch 
.
Other Shooting Modes
You can shoot the following kinds of movies in 
 and 
 modes.
Shooting Various Kinds of Movies
I Portrait
Y Color Swap
Miniature Effect
w Beach
Monochrome
O Foliage
Super Vivid
P Snow
Poster Effect
t Fireworks
T Color Accent
iFrame Movie
Shoots movies that can be edited with iFrame
*1
 compatible 
software
*2
 or devices.
Recording pixels are fixed to 
Super Slow 
Motion Movie
Shoot fast moving subjects and play them back in slow motion 
(p. 114).
*1 Video type advocated by Apple.
*2 You can quickly edit and save iFrame movies with version 6.7.2 or later of ZoomBrowser EX or 
ImageBrowser. If you are using an earlier version of the software, download the latest version from the 
Canon home page. You can check the version of the included software on the top of the CD-ROM (p. 2).
You can also record movies in other Shooting modes by touching 
.
Certain settings made in the FUNC. and Shooting menus will 
automatically change to match settings for shooting movies.
Even in 
 or 
 mode, you can shoot still images when you press the 
shutter button. However, this is not possible while shooting a movie.
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