06-26-2013 03:18 PM
07-02-2013 05:32 PM
The motion you're seeing is probably caused by the Image Stabilizer. I recommend turning it off or setting it for the "Tripod" mode, as shown below:
- Set automatically when the [Camera Mode] is set to (Auto), or (Baby) mode.
|(Dynamic IS)||Most general situations; Zooming out (zooming toward W); Following subjects at a distance moving left or right|
|(Powered IS)*||Zooming in (zooming toward T)|
|(Macro IS)||Close-up of a subject|
|(Tripod mode)||Remaining stationary, such as when using a tripod|
* You can turn off Powered IS through the [ Main Functions] panel.
Setting the image stabilization mode
- When the [Camera Mode] is set to [ ] (Auto) or [ ] (Baby) mode, this setting cannot be made. Please make the setting in either [ ] (Cinema), [ ] (Special Scene) or [ ] (Program AE).
|Dynamic||Compensates for a higher degree of camcorder shake, such as when shooting while walking, and is more effective as the zoom approaches full wide angle.|
|Standard||Compensates for a lower degree of camcorder shake, such as when shooting while remaining stationary, and is suitable for shooting natural-looking scenes.|
|Off||Use this setting when the camcorder is mounted on a tripod.|
07-16-2013 01:30 PM