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bleeblu

Composite Shooting on the X10

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bleeblu

So I put the camera on EXR mode. It is set to automatically choose what setting to use that best fits the picture (night, composite, etc). How do I get to choose composite? Sometimes I prefer them over the night mode but it hit or miss depending on the lighting.

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aostling

There is no "composite" mode, at least not on p. 29 of the manual. Where did you find that terminology?

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lsl7994

I think maybe he is talking about advanced anti-blur, which take a series of exposures and combine them together. (p.29 and 86)

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aostling

I think you are right, and the OP's question is a good one.

Apparently we cannot choose to shoot in Advanced Anti Blur – it appears to be something that will be available only for certain subjects, in which case it will be selected as long as you are in EXR auto mode.

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lsl7994

That's right. EXR auto mode is supposed to be a "fool-proof"/intelligent mode, where it will determine the right way to take a good photo.

The other option will be using Pro Low-light mode available in Advanced mode. It will do similar thing like advanced anti-blur. :)

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bleeblu

Ah. On my camera it says "Composite Shooting" when the lighting allows it. But yes, it is where it captures a series of images and combines them together. The look much better than the Night shots.

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