GXR FAQs - By Product
[Question] About the S mode (S: Shutter Priority mode) (P10).
Turning the mode dial to [S] (Shutter Speed Priority mode) allows you to adjust shutter speed manually. In this mode, ISO sensitivity becomes [Auto] automatically (regardless of the ISO setting), and the camera adjusts to have optimal exposure. When setting the aperture, the camera uses a combination of aperture and ND filter.
If [Shutter Speed Auto Shift] is selected in the Shooting menu, the camera will automatically adjust shutter speed for optimal exposure in the case that the selected shutter speed by the user will result for over exposure or under exposure.
The Shutter Speed Auto Shift is available in the [S] mode only. This option is not displayed in the menu other than in the [S] mode.
|The shutter speed|
|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.|
The procedures for shooting with shutter speed priority are shown below.
While pressing the mode dial lock release button, turn the mode dial to [S].
Turn the Up-down dial to change the shutter speed.
The selected mode symbol will be displayed in the picture display, the current shutter speed will be shown in orange.
Press the shutter release button halfway. The aperture is selected and displayed on the screen.
Gently press the shutter release button the rest of the way down to shoot.
If the shutter speed is set longer, the aperture value will not become the minimum (open aperture), even if the subject is too dark.
- •In the [S] mode, the available shutter speed with the RICOH LENS P10 28-300mm F3.5-5.6 VC camera unit will be; 1/2000 ~ 1 seconds.
(The upper limit and lower limit for shutter speeds will vary depending on the shooting mode or the flash mode.
|Date created:||July 2, 2010|
|Product:||GXR (RICOH LENS P10 28-300mm F3.5-5.6 VC)|
Do you need other information? Please click any link you want from the following.