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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: shutter priority mode?
This is directly from Epson's Product Announcement sheet: Aperture f2.0, f2.3, f2.8, f4.0, f5.6, f8.0 Automatic & manual Shutter speed Auto iris electronic control shutter and mechanical shutter flash on: 1/30 - 1/750 slowsynch & flash off: 1/2 - 1/750 manual exposure: 8 seconds - 1/750 up to 1/500 with aperture open Automatic & manual Exposure control Program auto exposure with manual +/- 2.0 exposure value adjustment (0.5/0.2 EV increments); sports, protrait & landscape modes; spot & matrix metering It's still not totally clear, but it appears to mean only fully automatic or manual.
Posted on Sep 13, 2005
Hey Mike, This is an easy one. With the battery grip attached, you can only have either Shutter Priority or Aperture Priority work properly. You can change it with the custom function settings of the camera. So you can change it to work with Aperture Priority if you use that more so then shutter priority won't work. Brandon
Posted on Sep 30, 2007
The green rectangle is full automatic. You can use the P mode for the same function. In the P mode, you can change settings, in the green rectangle, you cannot.
Posted on Feb 14, 2008
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If a lens has an "A - M" switch, move it to "M" to manually focus. If the switch
- M " then leave on M/A (unless you're going to be taking several or more in manual mode), as these lenses may be focused manually at any time in either position. As soon as you tap
the shutter button in M/A you return to autofocus.
More advanced lenses, like the 18-200mm, 70-300mm VR and 18-135mm, and any lens with an M/A position, may be focused manually at any time without moving any switches. Leave them in their A or A/M positions.
I hope this helps and good luck!
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