Question about Cameras
That depends on the lens. Would you care to specify?
Many lenses have an aperture ring. Usually this is the ring closest to the mount. Turn the ring one way to open up the aperture, turn it the other way to close it down. The direction depends on the make of the lens.
Other lenses do not have aperture rings. With such lenses, you have to control the aperture from the camera body, usually by turning a dial.
Sorry about the vague answers. If you need more specific details, please reply to this post and give details as to the make and model of the lens and the camera.
Posted on Feb 07, 2012
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