In the photo mode, press the Shutter button to take a photo. The working indicator light will also be flashing.
What Photo modes does V50 X support?
- Single Photo Mode
The camera takes photos at the set photo resolution in this mode.
- Burst Photo Mode
In this mode, when you press the Shutter button, the camera will continuously capture photos at the set shot. This mode is ideal for capturing fast-moving scenes.
- Time Lapse Photo Mode
In this mode, when you press the Shutter button, the camera will take a series of photos at the set interval. This mode is suitable for taking photos in changeable scenes.
- Long Exposure Mode
In this mode, when you press the Shutter button, the camera will keep taking photos until the exposure time comes to an end. This mode is suitable for use in dark, light, and water scenes
- Self-Time Mode
In this mode, the camera takes photos at the set interval, giving a delay between pressing the shutter release and the shutter's firing. It is most commonly used to let photographers to take a photo of themselves.
What parameters can be adjusted in the Photo modes?
- Resolution：20MP/12M/8M/5M/3M (Default setting is 20MP.)
This camera is capable of capturing 20MP photos, with higher resolution offering greater clarity and detail due to the increased number of pixels. However, higher-resolution photo also results in larger file sizes.
- Output Format: JPEG/JPEG+DNG. (The default setting is JPEG.)
This setting allows you to choose the image format you want.
- Self-Timer: 1 Sec/3 Sec/5 Sec/10 Sec/30 Sec (Default setting is 3 Sec.)
In Self-timer mode, the camera will start to count down after you press the shutter release. It will automatically capture a photo after the countdown. You can pause the capture during the countdown by pressing the shutter button again.
Note: Self-timer works in Self-Time mode only.
- Time Lapse Photo: 3 Sec/5 Sec/10 Sec/30 Sec/1 Min (Default setting is 3 Sec.)
In this mode, when you press the Shutter button, the camera will take a series of photos at the set interval. This mode is ideal for capturing changeable scenes.
Note: Time Lapse Photo works in Time Lapse Photo mode only.
- Burst Photo: 3shots/5shots/10shots (Default setting is 3shots.)
In this mode, when you press the Shutter button, the camera will continuously capture 3, 5, or 10 photos. So it's perfect for capturing fast-moving activities.
Note: Burst Photo works in Burst mode only
- Long Exposure: 1Sec/2Sec/5Sec/8Sec/30Sec/60Sec ( Default setting is 1Sec.)
In this mode, when you press the Shutter button, the camera keeps taking photos until the exposure time comes to an end. This mode is suitable for use in dark, light, and water scenes
Note: Long Exposure works in LongExp mode only.
- Exposure Value: -2/-1.7/-1.5/-1.3/-1/-0.5/-0.3/0/+0.3/+0.5/+1/+1.3/+1.5/+1.7/+2 (Default setting is 0.)
By default, your camera uses the entire image to determine the appropriate exposure level. However, Exposure lets you select an area that you want the camera to prioritize when determining exposure. This setting is particularly useful in shots where an important region might otherwise be over- or underexposed.
- ISO: Auto/400/800/1600/3200 (Default setting is Auto.)
ISO determines the camera’s sensitivity to light and creates a trade-off between brightness and resulting image noise. Image noise refers to the degree of graininess in the image. In low light, higher ISO values result in brighter images, but with greater image noise. Lower values result in lower image noise, but darker images.
- Meter: Center/Average/Spot (Default setting is Average.)
In photography, the metering mode refers to the way in which a camera determines exposure. Cameras generally allow the user to select between center, average or spot metering modes. The different metering modes allow the user to select the most appropriate one for use in a variety of lighting conditions.
- Photo Quality: Fine/Normal/Economy (Default setting is Fine. )
This feature determines the level of detail in your photos.