The Settings tab contains the following fields:
Shooting Mode. The shooting mode options are defined by the camera model. Usually you can select between:
- Automatic (P) when the shutter and aperture are set automatically by the camera,
- Sutter priority when you have an ability to set the shutter speed manually, and the aperture value will be calculated automatically,
- Aperture priority when you have an ability to set the aperture manually, and the shutter speed will be calculated automatically,
- and Manual (M) mode when you have an ability to set both shutter speed and aperture manually.
Drive Mode. In this fiels it is possible to select the shooting type: single shoot, several shoots, shooting by timer.
Image Quality. Select the image format and compression from the drop down list. The speed of image transfer to the TWAIN compatible software will depend on the selected image format and compression.
Lense Focus. Auto or Manual depending on the camera lense position (A for Automatic or M for Manual). In order to control camera focus from within inPhoto Capture SLR software set camera lense switch to A.
Autofocus. Set to On for full automatic camera focusing. Set to Off to be able to control camera focus manually using the control buttons in the Manual focus section.
Aperture Value. In this field it is possible to set the aperture value if you work in Manual or Aperture priority shooting mode.
Shutter Speed. In this field it is possible to set the shutter value if you work in Manual or Shutter priority shooting mode.
Manual focus. The manual focus buttons are active if the Autofocus option is Off. In this case the camera can be focused manually using the corresponding controls.
Metering Mode. This is the exposition metering mode. The values in the list depend on the camera model.
ISO Sensitivity. It is recommended to increase the ISO value if you capture with the high shutter speed or if you want to minimize the risk of image blurring when the camera is shaked.