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Possible to use rear dial for exp comp when in Aperture priority?


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No, not at the present time. 

 

I believe some have already added this request to the SL firmware wish list. No one outside of Leica engineering knows for sure whether it's possible with the SL hardware, of course. 

 

Personally, I prefer the top dial for EV compensation and wish the other option were available ... to move it to the top dial in Shutter priority mode with native lenses. With my Olympus E-M1, I can define which dial does what in each exposure mode. 

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