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Shooting With Manual Exposure Mode - M - Sony DSLR-A700H User’s Guide User's And Troubleshooting Manual

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Shooting with manual exposure mode – M
Manual exposure
You can manually adjust the shutter speed and aperture values.
This mode is useful when you maintain the setting of the shutter speed and the aperture value
or when you use an exposure meter.
Mode dial
1 Set the mode dial to M.
2 Select a shutter speed using the front control dial and an aperture value using the rear control
dial.
Front control
dial
• "BULB" (Bulb shooting) is indicated next to "30" (page 43).
• In the manual exposure mode, even when [ISO sensitivity] (page 64) is set to [AUTO], it is fixed to ISO
200.
• You can exchange their functions of the front and rear control dials with [Ctrl dial setup] in the
menu (page 107).
• When the flash is pulled up, the flash fires regardless of the amount of ambient light (page 73).
• The
(Camera-shake warning) indicator does not appear in the manual exposure mode.
Front control dial
Rear control dial
Rear control
dial
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