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TOPIC: Can we set minimum shtter speed on A mode?

Can we set minimum shtter speed on A mode? 4 years 3 months ago #2225

  • razer
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If we do street photography, It will be very difficult to shoot in Full manual mode due to the time available for the shoot will be very less and I want to control my dof in my shoot.

I prefer an under exposed picture than blurry. So can I set min. shutter speed in aperture mode?
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Re: Can we set minimum shtter speed on A mode? 4 years 3 months ago #2226

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Hi there Razer,

Well, i checked on my Canon camera's, and i only can set the maximum ISO..

But, i think when you are doing daylight street photography, and you will set a ISO setting of 400 or even 800, your shutter speeds should be high enough to capture the moment..

Otherwise you can try to use auto iso so the camera can try to compromise the settings with the ISO because the camera will always try to get a fast enough shutter speed (in my experience...)

At what aperture are you shooting on?

And by the way, i have searched your topics and really can't find out what you are shooting with.. maybe you can introduce yourself?

Greetings,
Roy
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Re: Can we set minimum shtter speed on A mode? 4 years 3 months ago #2231

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Thanks Roy.

I searched in Nikon catalog also, didn't found any thing.

Did u mentioned Auto mod or P mode. Because I think Shutter priority mode will be better than full auto, at least we can control the shutter speed (may be I am wrong).
I will post if i finds anything useful.
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