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NIKON D1X Hi I just bought a D1X nikon, in the full manual mode when I change the shutter speed, I can hear no change in the sound it makes when going from 125    to  16K.  However the image gets darker  as I increase the shutter speed.   Is it electronic shutter? Hence no physical increase in shutter speed? Thanks for help.

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  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    my d1x also same proublem,cannot go to full manual function&shutter,just use A(f)only.....

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The shutter is a copal shutter and it does change . Try 125th speed haer the sound and then change to 1/15th . Also you can tell on your histragram inthe camera or the image on your display .

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