||Automatically fires the flash in dark or backlight environments, and under fluorescent lamps and other artificial lighting, for natural looking shots with proper exposure.
||Reduces the red-eye phenomenon that tends to occur when shooting with the flash in dark environments, by pre-flashing once before flashing for the actual shot when the shutter is released.
||Overrides the auto flash so that it doesn't fire, making it possible to take photos in places there flash photography is prohibited, or photos that fully convey the mood of existing ambient light.
||Forced firing of the flash, which helps to brighten a main subject that is in shadows, or remove unnatural looking shadows from the frame.
||Captures both the subject in the foreground and the nightscape in the background in a well-balanced manner by adjusting the flash intensity and background exposure, and slowing the shutter speed down to 4 sec. (max.) according to the brightness of the nightscape.
|Reduces the red-eye phenomenon when shooting a subject in front of a nightscape background. Aside from pre-flashing, it is the same as the Night Mode.