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Shutter Speed values - Nikon F75

Hi, I have been learning about shutter speeds and the value increments - the only problem is that i am struggling to relate the values to those displayed on the screen on my F75 can anyone explain to me what the values displayed on the screen actually mean please? Thanksyou

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Re: Shutter Speed values - Nikon F75

Well 250 is 1/250 second. 100 is 1/100 and so on.

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