RICOH THETA SC2
User Guide

Shooting Still Images in the Preset Shooting Modes

You can capture still images with settings suitable for expressing the atmosphere of each scene by simply selecting a preset shooting mode.

Face:
This mode is suitable for portrait shooting.
A person’s face is detected and its position is adjusted to the center of the image to obtain a clear image of the person.

Caution

  • The detection distance for faces is up to approx. 80 cm.
  • A face cannot be detected at the seam between the images captured with the front and rear lenses.
Night View:
The dynamic range of bright areas is expanded to reduce noise. In addition, a person’s face is detected to obtain a clear image of the person.

Caution

  • It is recommended to use a tripod to prevent the shake of the camera.
Lens-by-Lens Exposure:
Image processing such as exposure adjustment and white balance adjustment is performed individually for each image captured with the front and rear lenses. This mode is suitable for capturing scenes with significantly different brightness conditions between the camera front side and the camera rear side.
Images captured with the front and rear lenses are displayed side by side.

Caution

  • The seam between the images captured with the front and rear lenses is located in the center of the entire image.
  • The seam between the images captured with the front and rear lenses may be noticeable.
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