On pressing the button: With the EX-Key you have direct access immediately to many important settings. In this way, you have white balance, illumination measurement, ISO sensitivity and an overview of other Auto Focus Fields as quick as a flash. Especially practical: Your motive is blended in onto the display, you can immediately see the effects of each setting. You set everything in seconds, in order to take the best picture every time.
In view: The Hybrid Auto Focus System automatically selects the matching Auto Focus settings. Depending on the environment, the Phase Difference Sensor AF or the Contrast AF is used. In this way you receive the optimal combination of high speed focus and high precision focus in every situation. You no longer have to make settings manually- and also save time as a result.
Show what you have: Looking for a certain picture or simply "leaf" through all existing photos can take a long time with many cameras. The EXILIM Pro has a High Speed Preview for pictures and videos that can save you a lot of time. With a screen change rate of 0.1 seconds, you can view all pictures on your memory chip at ultra speed with this preview.
too late   okay
How fast is really fast? After successful focussing the EXILIM EX-P600 has a shutter speed of 0.01 seconds. Which means there is little that is fast enough to escape you.
In series: Six pictures in two seconds- with full picture quality. The high speed series image function makes it possible. Count to two and see six extremely sharp, high resolution pictures, to control your golf swing, to photograph a race car passing by or to study sequences of motion.
For a change: It costs time to change settings. And this is time you do not have if the motive is transient or moves. With the Multi-Bracketing-Function you automatically make several shots in a row, each with slightly altered settings. You decide which ones.

There are two Bracketing-Functions: Auto-Bracketing and Multi-Bracketing. With Auto-Bracketing you automatically adjust the exposure, white balance and focus. A series of pictures are taken while one of the settings is altered. At the same time, you determine whether three or five pictures are taken and which setting is used as the base value. Multi-Bracketing takes photos of your motive in different color filters, saturation levels, degrees of sharpness and other settings.
Close window