Useful information – Sharp VL-Z7U User Manual
subject in the
Focus manually when
you need to position
the subject off center
(see page 53).
Hints for Better Shooting
• Position the subject in the center of the
scene. When using auto focus, whatever
is in the center of the scene is kept in
• Avoid backlit subjects. For the best
picture, shoot with the light source behind
When the background is brighter than the
subject, the subject often becomes too
dark. If you have to record in this lighting,
use Backlight Compensation or correct
the iris value to improve the picture (see
pages 34 and 56).
• Before zooming, think about how to best
frame the shot. Frequent zooming
produces unattractive pictures. It also runs
down the battery more quickly.
• When image shaking is noticeable during
zoomed-in telephoto shooting, use a
tripod or push the Power Zoom control to
the W side to zoom out.
Light from behind
• Horizontal panning (lateral movement) and
tilting (vertical movement) should be done
slowly to emphasize the wide expanse of
a scene or the height of a building, and to
make scenes easy to watch during
• Use a wide-angle setting for fast-moving
• It may take longer to focus when zooming
and panning are used frequently.
About PRINT Image Match-
This product supports PRINT Image
K. When used in combination,
PRINT Image Matching
K enabled digital
still cameras, printers and software, help
photographers to produce images more
faithful to their intentions.
PRINT Image Matching is a trademark of
Seiko Epson Corporation.