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First, Happy New year.

within my manual for the M10- on page 172- automatic Bracketing.

as I look at the picture on that page it Differs then what is on my camera.

On your M10 do you have within the Drive mode ' exposure bracketing'  an automatic line 'A forth line"

I have the first three but not the forth line in my M10?

I'm was trying to do some HDR.

 

Please advise.

 

 

 

 

 

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From what I can tell, I do not have an automatic option. I know you either turn bracketing on or select another drive mode such as single. 

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No, mine has not.  I guess the option "automatic off" has been dropped, as it defeats the purpose and complicates the operation.  One would have to count how many times you pressed the release button.  I am somewhat curious to know if my M10 had it when I bought it, but I have upgraded the firmware nearly immediately after purchase.

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No, mine has not. I guess the option "automatic off" has been dropped, as it defeats the purpose and complicates the operation. One would have to count how many times you pressed the release button. I am somewhat curious to know if my M10 had it when I bought it, but I have upgraded the firmware nearly immediately after purchase.

I would actually support this argumentation. When one wants to switch off the automatic mode then you can as well set the whole process manually. Probably nothing is is missing after that menu point was dropped.

Edited by Alex U.

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Menu then

Drive Mode then

Exposure Bracketing then

Select number of frames, F-stops for compensation

 

 

Then just hold down the shutter button

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Then just hold down the shutter button

There is even no need th hold down the release button. Just press once shortly. The camera does the rest.

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There is even no need th hold down the release button. Just press once shortly. The camera does the rest.

 

I was just about to correct my post...thank you 

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