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Manual exposure settings

What setting do I use for time exposure?

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On page 17 you can read about manual mode. Just turn the mode select button to the M. But I think you want to choose Bulb. You press once to open the shutter and after some time you press the button for the second time to close the button. But that is not possible with this camera.
It has shutter times from 8 seconds to 1/2000 of a second in Manual mode. and 4 seconds in fire works mode.
The mania is online see the link:
Link to manual.

Posted on Nov 30, 2013

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