Typical record mode screen. The green bar across the top shows the position
of the zoom lens. Pressing the "x1" button enables digital zoom (see next frame).
The Program Normal button toggles through the AE modes. The +/- minus buttons
let you change the EV compensation value. The ISO button lets
you quickly change the sensitivity from ISO 100 to 200 or 400. W/B adjusts
the white balance or lets you set it manually.
This is the Digital Zoom record screen. The yellow border reminds you that you
are in zoom mode.
In Aperture priority mode you can very the f/stop values and EV compensation
In Manual record mode you can change the shutter speed and aperture values by
using the marked buttons.
For those of you that want or need a time lapse option, the 3000z can be set to take a picture every 10 seconds to every 24 hours.
Pressing the Mode Change button switches you between Interval, Video Clip and
In Video Clip (movie) mode the only option is to enable or disable sound recording.
You can record 320x240 resolution motion-JPEG at 15fps up to a maximum of 25
In Continuous mode you can shoot at a rate of 1.2fps.
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