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The shutter speed cannot be set to 1/3200 second both in M and S mode. How can I set it to 1/3200 second?

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The speed, 1/3200 sec. is the highest when the aperture is used. As a condition, it is controlled only when the aperture is F8 or over in P/A mode. The highest speed in S and M mode is 1/1600 sec.

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