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MY SHUTTER SPEED IS TOO SLOW,HOW DO I SPEED IT

MY SHUTTER SPEED IS TOO SLOW,HOW DO I SPEED IT UP?

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  • Vladimir Zavodny
    Vladimir Zavodny May 11, 2010

    try maually adjsuting the settings to see what is says... is there any difference in the exif info after that?

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