Having bought a pre-owned Sony FM stereo tuner through eBay, it came without any manuals. It soon became clear that to get the best from this excellent tuner I needed a decent manual because much of the operation was not intuitive to a newboy to hi fi like me. I managed to download the official Sony multi-lingual manual from Owner-Manuals.com with no problem at all - a really quick and easy service. I'm very glad I did because I found out all the operations of the tuner and was then able to not only set it up quickly but also to get much more from it that poke-and-hope trialling would ever achieve. In my book $4.99 very well spent.
This manual is immaculate in it's accuracy. Everything is written very clearly and easy to understand. Written by a professional who wants to convey a clear and easy to understand message!!
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SEC.05 P055-082 (E)
C.Fn C.Fn-6-2 enables the AEB amount to be set in 1/2-stop increments. (âp.102) C.Fn C.Fn-9-2/3 can change the bracketing sequence to underexposure, correct
exposure, and overexposure. (âp.104) C.Fn C.Fn-9-1/3 can prevent AEB from being canceled by changing lenses, rewinding the film, replacing the film, and setting the < > switch to < >. (âp.104) C.Fn C.Fn-5-1 can have the aperture change instead of the shutter speed during AEB in the manual exposure mode. (âp.101)
AE lock enables you to lock the exposure at a different place from the point of focus. After locking the exposure, you can recompose the shot while maintaining the desired exposure level. This feature is useful for backlit and spotlighted subjects.
Focus at the point where you want to lock the exposure reading.
The exposure setting (shutter speed and aperture) will be displayed on the LCD panel and in the viewfinder.
Press the <
> button ( 6 ).
lights in the viewfinder to indicate that the exposure setting is locked. â¢ Each time you press the < > button, it locks the current exposure setting. â¢ AE lock cancels 6 seconds after lights in the viewfinder or if you press the < > button, < > button, or < > button. 71