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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?

 

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