Aperture ( ) – Samsung HMX-H1062SP User Manual
The aperture stop of a lens can be adjusted to control the amount of light reaching the image sensor.
This is similar to the way the pupil of the human eyes reacts to bright light.
This option automatically adjusts aperture value (F-Number) according to the
environmental light conditions.
You can adjust the overall image brightness by controlling the aperture.
Setting the aperture manually:
• Opening the aperture (reduce the aperture value)
Objects closer and further away than the focused subject will be out of focus.
You will see that the background is out of focus when you focus on the subject.
• Closing the aperture (increase the aperture value)
The range in focus expands forward and backward.
You will see that both the subject and the background are all in focus if you use a high
• Touch the decrease (
Touch the decrease ((
) or increase (
) tab to adjust the aperture while viewing the image on the LCD screen.
tab to adjust the aperture while viewing the image on the LCD screen.
The available aperture range: F1.8 ~ F16
• The possible setting range for the aperture varies with zooming.
• When you specify
When you specify “Aperture: Manual,” the iSCENE mode is cancelled and “Shutter” is set to “Auto”
automatically. (Manual Aperture Priority)