Touch Screen Mode
The LCD monitor also functions as a touch screen.
Shooting Touch Controls
To enable touch controls, select [ON] for D[BUTTON/DIAL SETTING] > [TOUCH SCREEN SETTING] > x[TOUCH SCREEN SETTING].
The LCD monitor can be used to select the focus area while pictures are being framed in the electronic viewfinder (EVF). Use D [BUTTON/DIAL SETTING] > [TOUCH SCREEN SETTING] > [EVF TOUCH SCREEN AREA SETTINGS] to choose the area of the monitor employed for touch controls.
When [FACE DETECTION ON] is selected for G [AF/MF SETTING] > [FACE/EYE DETECTION SETTING], you can choose the face used for focus.
The operation performed can be selected by tapping the touch screen mode indicator in the display. Touch controls can be used for the following operations:
|[TOUCH SHOOTING]||Tap your subject in the display to focus and release the shutter. In burst mode, pictures will be taken while you keep your finger on the display.|
|[AREA]||Tap to select a point for focus or zoom. The focus frame will move to the selected point.|
|[OFF]||Touch controls disabled.|
Different touch controls are used during focus zoom (aTouch Controls for Focus Zoom).
To disable touch controls and hide the touch screen mode indicator, select [OFF] for D[BUTTON/DIAL SETTING] > [TOUCH SCREEN SETTING] > x[TOUCH SCREEN SETTING].
Touch control settings can be adjusted using G[AF/MF SETTING] > xF[TOUCH SCREEN MODE]. For information on the touch controls available during movie recording, see “xF[TOUCH SCREEN MODE]”.
[MOVIE OPTIMIZED CONTROL]oL
Selecting [ON] for B[MOVIE SETTING] > [MOVIE OPTIMIZED CONTROL]oL or tapping the movie-optimized mode button in the shooting display optimizes the command dials and touch controls for movie recording. This can be used to prevent camera sounds being recorded with movie footage.
- [SHUTTER SPEED]
- [EXPOSURE COMPENSATION]
- [INTERNAL MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT]/
[EXTERNAL MIC LEVEL ADJUSTMENT]
- [WIND FILTER]
- [HEADPHONES VOLUME]
- F[FILM SIMULATION]
- F[WHITE BALANCE]
- F[IS MODE]
- F[IS MODE BOOST]
- F[FOCUS MODE]
Enabling movie-optimized controls disables the aperture ring.
When movie-optimized control is enabled, the movie-optimized mode button can be used to change shooting settings or disable movie-optimized control.
Functions can be assigned to the following flick gestures in much the same way as function buttons (aTouch-Function Gestures):
- Flick up: [T-Fn1]
- Flick left: [T-Fn2]
- Flick right: [T-Fn3]
- Flick down: [T-Fn4]
In some cases, touch-function flick gestures display a menu; tap to select the desired option.
Touch-function gestures are disabled by default. To enable touch-function gestures, select [ON] for D[BUTTON/DIAL SETTING] > [TOUCH SCREEN SETTING] > c[TOUCH FUNCTION].
Playback Touch Controls
When [ON] is selected for D[BUTTON/DIAL SETTING] > [TOUCH SCREEN SETTING] > a[TOUCH SCREEN SETTING], touch controls can be used for the following playback operations:
Swipe a finger across the display to view other images.
Place two fingers on the display and spread them apart to zoom in.
Place two fingers on the display and slide them together to zoom out.
Pictures can be zoomed out until the entire image is visible but no further.
Tap the display twice to zoom in on the focus point.
View other areas of the image during playback zoom.