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What is the film effect feature?

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  • Last Updated 14/04/2016

Relive the nostalgia of film with filter effects that give photos a classic look.
Select from one of many effects based on classic analog films that change the way a photo looks and feels.



How to apply a film effect

With the camera active, select auto or manual camera mode.
Select settings, then the 'Film' icon.
Select the desired film effect (Film 1 to 9). When an effect is selected, it is shown on the preview screen.



How to disable a film effect

1.With the camera active, select settings.
2.Select the ‘Film’ icon.
3.Select the icon that does not have a Film name and number (upper right icon).  The film effect is no longer applied.



Note

This effect cannot be applied post-processing photos or to videos and is only available for jpeg photos.  Currently no plans to add additional films.





Film types


Film1


This film effect reproduces the slide development technique. You can create sensual photos similar to fashion photography.



Film2

This film effect reproduces the negative film development technique. You can express a surreal atmosphere using this effect.



Film3

This film effect reproduces high-density filter effects. Disrupting the color balance, darker portions appear even darker.



Film4

This film effect reproduces the high key photography method. By increasing light exposure, you can give your photos a bright, beautiful feeling.



Film5

This film effect reproduces the selenium toning technique. You can express deeper brown tones than sepia photos.



Film6

This film effect reproduces the platinum toning technique. You can express smooth but unique gradations.



Film7

This film effect reproduces Y2 filter photography, a favorite among professional photographers. You can take high-contrast black and white photos like those printed on RC photo paper.



Film8

This film effect gives your photos the effect of Y2 filter photography followed by printing on Fiber-Base photo paper. This produces smooth, low-contrast black and white photos.



Film9

This film effect reflects the zone system. Using this effect, you can express vivid yet rich black and white tones.


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