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    When they say we have to change the exposure value, what do they mean?

    Is it change the shutter speed or ev value or something else?? I am lil confused here.
    heeh, thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfbatzap View Post
    When they say we have to change the exposure value, what do they mean?

    Is it change the shutter speed or ev value or something else?? I am lil confused here.
    heeh, thanks in advance!
    Change your settings till the EV value is different from wat was metered.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zac08 View Post
    Change your settings till the EV value is different from wat was metered.
    so i have to go into my menu settings and manually change the EV settings to something darker and then followed by something brighter?

    wah. wont that take alot of precious seconds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mfbatzap View Post
    When they say we have to change the exposure value, what do they mean? :
    Exposure describes the amount of light captured. Increasing this value means to increase the value of light coming in - this can be done in several ways, depending on the exposure mode you are in. In P, Av and Tv mode you'll need to change the EV settings to +1 or +2 (or the possible steps in between). Consult your manual for this, usually it's one button and using the dial knob to change this.
    In Manual Mode you are free to either lower shutter speed or open aperture.
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    thanks i think i got it.
    any way to reduce ghosting because of the "lag" ?

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    yup, there is. use exposure bracketing.

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    may i ask, what is exposure bracketing? sorry many qns. LOL

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    Have you heard about search tools? There is one here in the forum (upper right hand) and another famous one named "Google"
    But there is also this bundle of paper pages .. called camera manual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Octarine View Post
    Have you heard about search tools? There is one here in the forum (upper right hand) and another famous one named "Google"
    But there is also this bundle of paper pages .. called camera manual.
    yes boss! heeeh..

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