Using the Quick Shot mode with the PowerShot SD990 IS.

Article ID: ART130376 | Date published: 05/12/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015


Shooting with Quick Shot

1. Set the mode dial to [QuickShot].

2. Make the setting.

After pressing the <FUNC./SET> button, press the <Directional Buttons> and select a menu item.

Turn the control dial to select an option and press the <FUNC./SET> button.

If you press the <DISP.> button, the display will turn off. If you press it again the display will turn back on.

3. Adjust the focus and exposure.

Make sure that the subject is within the viewfinder.

When a person's face is detected, the focus and exposure will continue to be adjusted. When no faces are detected, the focus and exposure will continue to adjust on the subject towards the center of the viewfinder.

4. Shoot the image.

If you have a photo opportunity, quickly press the shutter button all of the way after pressing halfway.

The image shot will display on the screen.

Estimated number of shots in the QuickShot mode:

In this mode, since the focus and exposure are constantly being adjusted, the battery will be depleted quicker than usual. Approximately 180 shots are possible while shooting in this mode.

The area in the viewfinder and the area in the image taken may differ slightly.

If you press the shutter button halfway, the focus will lock.

You cannot shoot with the LCD screen truned on with a live preview of the image.



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