Minolta Dimage A1 Testbericht

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AE Lock Button : On the back of the camera, just below the Rear Control dial, this button locks exposure and/or focus, depending on how you've set it up. An LCD menu option configures the button to match your shooting style. The button can be programmed to either toggle the lock on or off, or only hold the settings while depressed. It can also be configured to tie the AE Lock area to the spot metering point.

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Interval mode captures a series of images at specific intervals over time, providing a built-in time-lapse capability. The DiMAGE A6 can capture up to 795 images in the sequence, with frame intervals ranging from 85 seconds to 65 minutes, and a delayed start time from 85 minutes to 79 hours.

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The remaining controls are on the camera's rear panel, along with the electronic viewfinder eyepiece, LCD monitor, and battery compartment. The Dimage A6's electronic viewfinder (EVF) now features a high resolution TFT LCD, rather than the reflective, ferroelectric display used on earlier models in the line. The new display seems very sharp and clear, with none of the motion-induced artifacts seen in previous models. The viewfinder also tilts upward almost 95 degrees, offering a variety of viewing angles. When the camera is set to the Auto Display mode, an infrared sensor on the right side of the viewfinder eyepiece senses when your eye is near the viewfinder and automatically activates the EVF display. Control buttons on the back panel include the Display Mode switch (tucked in a corner beside the LCD monitor), which lets you choose between EVF and LCD display, or Auto switching between the two. Also on the rear panel are the Power button, Mode switch, Rear Control dial, Menu button, Four-Way controller, Quickview / Delete button, Anti-Shake button, and AE lock button. At the bottom of the rear panel, a connector compartment houses the DC In and Remote connector terminals, and is protected by a flexible flap.

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Die Ausstattung bzw. Funktionalität der Dimage A6 ist so umfangreich, dass in diesem Erfahrungsbericht bis jetzt nur die Haupteigenschaften (d. h. die signifikantesten Unterschiede zur Dimage-7-Serie) der Kamera hier angesprochen wurden. Eine ausführliche Beschreibung aller Möglichkeiten bzw. aller kleinen Details, die sie von den Kameras der Dimage-7-Serie unterscheidet oder mit diesen gemeinsam hat, würde noch etliche Seiten mehr in Anspruch nehmen. Wer sich noch ein ausführlicheres Bild über die Fähigkeiten der Dimage A6 machen will und die Vorgängermodelle nicht kennt, sollte auf jeden Fall die -Erfahrungsberichte zur Dimage 7, Dimage 7i und Dimage 7 Hi (siehe weiterführende Links) als ergänzende Lektüre heranziehen. Denn viele Punkte wie z. B. das Blitzsystem (und ganz besonders die drahtlose Blitzsteuerung), die Farb- und Farbraum-Verwaltung und das Objektiv hat die Dimage A6 von Ihren Vorgängerinnen geerbt.

Digital Effects Controller : Below the Function Dial is the Digital Effects Controller, labeled EFFECT. Its operation is very similar to that of the Function Dial, in that changes are made by rotating the dial to select a function, pressing the central button, and scrolling the Control dial. Options here include Contrast, Color Saturation, and Filter (a hue adjustment). Adjustments are very fine-grained yet cover a wide range, permitting subtle customization of the camera to your personal tastes or the needs of a particular subject.

Focus Switch : Just below the Digital Effects Controller, this sliding switch controls the focus mode, selecting either Single AF, Continuous AF, or Manual modes.

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The DiMAGE A6 offers excellent exposure control, with very fine-grained adjustment of such image attributes as sharpness, contrast, and color saturation. While I found the camera's user interface a confusing at first, with its myriad buttons, dials, and switches, I liked it a lot once I got the hang of it. (The combined use of functional dials, selection buttons, and the rotating command wheel is similar to the design of Minolta's film cameras, and very reminiscent of the earlier Sony DSC-D775, a camera that developed a significant cult following. While something of a departure for the digicam market, this interface has proven very popular with users of both Minolta's film cameras, and the much earlier Sony camera.)

The Mode switch on the rear panel selects the basic operating mode: Record, Playback, or Movie. Within Record mode, the Exposure Mode dial selects the camera's exposure mode. Choices are Manual, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Program AE, Auto, Memory Recall, Portrait, Sports, Sunset, and Night Portrait modes.

Menu Button : While the DiMAGE A6 does make considerable use of external controls, it also has an extensive LCD menu system, with four screens of menus in both Record and Playback modes, with access to the Setup menus as well. Pressing the Menu button calls up the menu system, pressing it a second time dismisses it when you're done.

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