Flash Exposure Bracketing

You can take three shots while automatically changing the flash output. This feature is referred to as flash exposure bracketing (FEB). The setting range is ±3 stops, in 1/3-stop increments.

  1. Select Flash exposure compensation / flash output setting with the joystick.

  2. Press the joystick down to select FEB.

  3. Set the FEB level.

    • Press the joystick horizontally or turn Select dial to set the FEB level, then push the joystick straight in.
    • “0.3” represents 1/3 stop and “0.7,” 2/3 stop.
    • When used with flash exposure compensation, FEB shooting is centered on your specified flash exposure compensation amount. Left end or Right end appears at the ends of the indicator if the flash exposure level exceeds ±3 stops.
    • After you set a new value, it will not change if you press the joystick vertically.
    • After changing the value, the changed value will not be set if the Undo button is pressed.


  • FEB is automatically canceled after the three shots are taken.
  • Before shooting with FEB, consider setting the camera drive mode to single shooting, and confirm that flash recharging is finished. In continuous shooting drive mode, shooting automatically stops after three consecutive shots.
  • You can use FEB together with flash exposure compensation or FE lock.
  • When exposure compensation is set in 1/2-stop increments on the camera, flash exposure compensation is set in a range of ±3 stops in 1/2-stop increments.
  • You can disable auto cancellation of FEB after three shots in C.Fn-03.
  • You can change the FEB shooting sequence (C.Fn-04).