High-Dynamic Range images, or HDR, provides higher dynamic range and image details that will better bring out the visual effects in the actual environment as compared to regular images. It is suited for highly well-lit environments in which it can bring out all the details in bright, moderate and dark areas of the image. HDR is available under P/A/S/M modes.
Articles in this section
- What does each mode on the mode dial mean?
- What is the 'Master guide'? How do I use it?
- How do I get more 'Master Guide' templates?
- Why can't I set aperture under 'Master Guide' mode?
- Why is burst shooting not working after I set it?
- What are the scene modes for?
- Can I only take panoramic photos from left to right?
- What subjects are the HDR feature suited for? Under which modes can HDR be used?
- When do I use HDR?
- Will the video file be saved if the camera runs out of power during a time-lapse shooting?