Flash Exposure Compensation
With a similar procedure as exposure compensation, you can adjust the flash output. The flash exposure compensation amount can be set up to ±3 stops in 1/3-stop increments.
Select with the joystick.
Set the flash exposure compensation amount.
- Push the joystick to the left or right or turn to set the amount of compensation, and push the joystick vertically.
- "0.3" indicates 1/3 stop and "0.7" indicates 2/3 stops.
- To cancel flash exposure compensation, return the compensation amount to "±0".
- 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.
- Generally, set an increased exposure compensation for bright subjects and set a decreased exposure compensation for dark subjects.
- 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.
- When the flash exposure compensation is set on both the flash and the camera, priority is given to the flash setting.
- You can set the flash exposure compensation amount by turning directly without selecting with the joystick (C.Fn-13).