You can take three shots while automatically changing the flash output. This is called FEB (Flash Exposure Bracketing). The settable range is up to ±3 stops in 1/3-stop increments.
Select with the joystick.
Push the joystick downward to select FEB.
Set the FEB level.
- Push the joystick to the left or right or turn to set the FEB level, then push the joystick vertically.
- "0.3" indicates 1/3 stop and "0.7" indicates 2/3 stops.
- When used together with flash exposure compensation, FEB shooting is performed based on the set flash exposure compensation amount. When the FEB range exceeds ±3 stops, the end of the flash exposure level shows or .
- After changing the value, the changed value will be set even if you push the joystick up and down.
- After changing the value, the changed value will not be set if the button is pressed.
- After the three shots are taken, FEB is canceled automatically.
- Before shooting with FEB, it is recommended to set the camera's drive mode to single shooting and check that the flash has been recharged. When the drive mode is set to continuous shooting, shooting automatically stops after three continuous shots are taken.
- You can use FEB together with flash exposure compensation or FE lock.
- If the camera's exposure compensation is set in 1/2-stop increments, flash exposure compensation will be up to ±3 stops in 1/2-stop increments.
- You can set FEB to remain enabled after shooting the three shots (C.Fn-03).
- You can change the FEB shooting sequence (C.Fn-04).