GXR FAQs - By Product
[Question] About the P mode (P: Program Shift mode).
- Select a low f-number (open aperture) to emphasize the main subject by blurring background. Selecting a high f-number (close aperture) brings both the background and main subject into focus.
- Making the shutter speed faster will capture a moment like having the fast-moving subject stop. Or making the shutter speed slower will capture a trail of the moving subject, which will be able to create the scene in fluid motion.
- 1.While pressing the mode dial lock release button, turn the mode dial to [P].
- 2.Press the shutter release button halfway. The current shutter speed and aperture combination is displayed on the screen.
- The selected mode symbol will be displayed in the picture display,
- 3.Remove your finger from the shutter release button.
- 4.Turn the Up-down dial to select a different combination of shutter speed and aperture.
- The aperture and shutter speed combination appears for about 10 seconds. During this period you can adjust the setting with the Up-down dial.
- 5.Press the shutter release button to shoot.
[Available shutter speed and aperture]
The available shift ranges of the combinations of shutter speed and aperture at each exposure value vary depending on the camera unit. See the program diagram for each camera unit as follows.
[Program diagram for GR LENS A12 50mm F2.5 MACRO]
This is an example of the shutter speed and aperture combinations available when [Flash Off] and [ISO 200] have been selected. The gray area shows a guide of the available shift ranges. The actual value will vary depending on EV (exposure value).
This is an example of the shutter speed and aperture combinations available when [Flash Off] and [ISO 100] have been selected. The gray area shows a guide of the available shift ranges. The actual value will vary depending on EV (exposure value).
Date created: April 12, 2010
Date modified: July 6, 2010
Product: GXR (GR LENS A12 50mm F2.5 MACRO), GXR (RICOH LENS S10 24-72mm F2.5-4.4 VC)
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Category: Hardware operations
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