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For some reason, the shutter speed shown on the LCD screen is 1 or 2 stops slower than the shutter speed that I have selected. For example, at this second I have 1/15 on the knob, but my LCD screen says 1/15. I now just shut the camera off, and turned it back on - the shutter speed on the knob is now matching up to the LCD screen. Fast forward after taking 3 shots, and have switched my shutter speed to 1/125, but 1/60 is being display. As confirmation, after the photo is taken, the shutter speed that was taken into account is the one that is on the LCD screen. Help?
Hello, I just bought an M7 and I cannot trigger in aperture priority mode. No problem with other shutter speed. I tried with different light and.. nothing. Also I don't see the shutter speed in the viewfinder. When I set in On, I see my ASA (400) during 2 sec and after there is nothing. I changed the batteries but it didn't change anything. As anyone had the same problem ? Thanks for you answer :-)
I am a relatively new X1 owner, and a relatively ignorant photographer. That unfamiliar bit of modesty being said: My understanding of traditional photography lore is that 1/60 is the slowest speed that will prevent camera shake. (I know the there is a more complex formula that applies, 1/lens length or something, but nothing slower than 1/60 is the shorthand version I have always used.) And yet when I put the shutter speed in auto mode, the X1 will let the shutter go as slow as 1/30. I'd set the camera so it wouldn't go slower than 1/60, but the menu doesn't have that option. I ask because I
Folks, I've just got me a used M8. When I look through the view finder, I noticed that the shutter speed display LED is very blurry. But at the same time, the focusing RF patch in the center of the VF is clear and sharp. I tried to google online but don't get the information I need. Please advise why this happens and how to adjust it? P.S. since the RFpatch and focusing looks clear, I assume the eye piece of the VF should be fine, am I right? (I do have a -1.0 and a -1.5 correction lenses if it's necessary to replace the eye piece.) update: I did put on the -1.0 and -1.5 correction