Touch Shutter

Just by tapping the screen, you can focus and take the picture automatically.

  1. Enable the Touch Shutter.

    • Tap [Touch Shutter off] on the screen’s bottom right. Each time you tap the icon, it will toggle between [Touch Shutter off] and [Touch Shutter].
    • [] (Touch Shutter: Enable)

      The camera will focus on the spot you tap, then the picture will be taken.

    • [] (Touch Shutter: Disable)

      You can tap a spot to perform focusing on the spot. Press the shutter button completely to take the picture.

    • Can also be set from [Shooting: Touch Shutter] (as shown above).
  2. Tap the screen to shoot.

    • Tap the face or subject on the screen. On the point you tap, the camera will focus (Touch AF) with the AF method that was set ().
    • When [Touch Shutter] is set, the AF point turns green when focus is achieved, then the picture is taken automatically.
    • If focus is not achieved, the AF point turns orange and the picture cannot be taken. Tap the face or subject on the screen again.


  • The camera shoots in single shooting mode regardless of the drive mode setting.
  • Tapping the screen focuses with [One-Shot AF] regardless of the AF operation setting.
  • Tapping the screen in magnified view will not focus or take the picture.
  • Regardless of where you tap with [Fish-eye effect] set in Creative filters mode, the camera focuses using the AF point in the center of the screen.
  • Touch Shutter has no effect with [Miniature effect] set in Creative filters mode.
  • When shooting with [Shooting: Review duration] set to [Hold], you can take the next shot by pressing the shutter button halfway.


  • In bulb exposures (), tap once to start exposure and again to stop the bulb exposure. Be careful not to shake the camera when tapping the screen.
  • The self-timer lamp () does not blink when the screen is facing toward the front of the camera in [Self Portrait] mode.