The Program AE modes are specifically designed for taking pictures in different lighting situations.
NOTE: All the Program AE modes listed below may not be available on all Sony® digital still cameras.
|Program AE Mode||Description|
|Shutter Speed Priority Mode|
Records a sharp picture of a fast moving subject, or the flow of motion of a moving object. A faster shutter speed should not be used in darker shooting situations because more light is needed with this setting. Pressing the + or - keys changes the shutter speed.
|Aperture Priority Mode|
This mode makes the subject stand out against an unclear background, or makes both the subject and the background stand out clearly. Pressing the + or - keys allow adjustment between F2.0 and F8.0
This mode suppresses the washed out look of a bright subject in a dark place.
|Twilight Plus Mode|
This mode is an enhancement to the Twilight Mode.
This mode focuses on a distant subject and should be used for shooting landscapes.
This mode changes the focus quickly from a close subject to a distant subject.
|Spot Light Metering Mode|
Position the subject within the cross hair displayed on the LCD to automatically adjust the exposure settings for the subject.