Effective Functions for Improving your Golf
3-Line Display for an Effective Swing Analysis
The lines displayed onscreen allow you to effectively analyze every position in your swing—address, top of back-swing, impact, etc. As it's the BEST SHOT function, it's easy to set up by just selecting a scene.
Keeping your Forward Bend During your Swing
First line up the green line along your spine while addressing the ball. The green line makes it easy to check the swing plane and your forward bend during the swing at the same time. The swing plane lies between the blue and red lines and if you can maintain your forward bend on the green line from the start of your swing through the impact, right up to your follow-through, you'll see a marked improvement in your swing trajectory and directionality.
Mastering Proper Weight Transfer
Set the vertical lines (blue) on the inside of each of your big toes and the horizontal lines (red) on the top of your head and the tips of your toes, respectively. At the top of your backswing, shift your weight so the center of your chest (solar plexus) comes to the blue line on the left, which extends up from your right big toe; and shift your weight so your solar plexus comes to the right blue line at your finish. Once you can do this, you will have achieved proper weight transfer.
Slow Motion Capable 1,000 fps Max High Speed Movie
Allows you to check video footage for things you never could see before, even your club face direction. During playback you can switch to normal speed, so you can quickly check your movies.
High Speed CS up to 30 Frames/Sec.*
Allows you to shoot so rapidly it becomes a stream, the continuous movement of your swing, which no camera could shoot before. You can avoid missing a shot of a specific moment by using Prerecord CS, which allows you to record images before you press the shutter. *Can take a maximum of 30 frames.
It records images from about 0.8 seconds before you press the shutter (with Continuous Shutter (CS) speed at 30 fps, Prerecord CS is 25 frames).
Backlighting and capturing moving subjects are a snap. Premium Auto
With Premium Auto, all you do is point the camera at the subject and it automatically analyzes the shooting environment, makes appropriate shooting settings and processes the image.
Editing a Movie on the Camera
The Movie Editing function allows you to cut off parts of movies you've taken while still in the camera.
Printing a Proof Sheet of CS Images
With CS Multi Print, you can print out a group of CS images all together on one page.
Perfect Shot Back up time and select just the shot you wanted from among the five taken
Despite the disconnect between the moment you realize that's the shot you want and actually pressing the shutter and taking the pic, Perfect Shot lets you back up time for five frames and select from among them, leaving you an image close to the moment you wanted to catch.
28 mm Wide Angle Lens for Wide Shots*
With a wide angle lens, you can stretch out your shots nice and wide, even in places so narrow you can't take a step back.*Converted to 35 mm film format.
*Shots of screens and images are for illustrating the camera's functions. The actual camera may differ.