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Olympus camera m760, can I change the shutter speed and aperture on it and how?

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SOURCE: Canon Rebel XT I can't change aperture or shutter speed in manual mode

You may try this. Reset all in the menu setup.
What you will be doing to to reset all the settings back to factory settings. Then you will want to go through the settings and reset them the way you prefer.

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SOURCE: Manually setting shutter speed and aperture..

http://web.canon.jp/imaging/eosd/eosdigital4/specifications.html

First off, welcome to the world of photography! Good luck and have fun!!!

Like any slr, you have the option of Manual exposure. I'm not familiar w/ modern Canons (I use Nikon). According to this page, however, you also have aperture priority and shutter priority. I'm pretty sure ALL modern Canons have bracketing modes as well (Use this for HDR).

I couldn't find the 450 manual (I'm assuming Canon's web devs are behind), but I did find the instruction manual for the 400 :

http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/0900000357/EOSDRXTi400DIM-EN.pdf

Should be similar, probably w/o some of the functions. Although you SHOULD have a book w/ your camera ;). Read it thoroughly.

Ok, according to the 400 manual, put your camera into Manual mode, then adjust the regular dial to adjust shutter speed. Then, to adjust aperture, hold in the A/V button while you adjust the same dial.

Like I said, may be a bit different. I think the dial may even be digital buttons rather than analog...

hope this helps!!!

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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SOURCE: Aperture and Shutter Speed for the Nikon Coolpix s550

Go to the shooting menu and then press the ISO sensitivity option

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SOURCE: adjust shutter speed

On most indoor shots the shutter speed will normally be 1/30 if you need or want it to be faster than that the only way to do that with this camera is to set the ISO to a higher value. Page 29 of your user manual explains how to set the ISO value for the camera to allow for faster shutter speeds.

Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Apperture and shutter speed settings

First select AV (Aperture Mode) to select the required aperture then switch to M (Manual Mode) and spin the wheel until you get the right speed.

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The three possible culprits of your camera are the following:

1. Long Focal Length

2. Slow Shutter Speed

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Here's what you've got to do:

1. Increase your shutter speed so that it is greater or equal to 1 over the focal length.

2. Attach the camera to a tripod to avoid camera shakes.

3. Keep your shutter speed to 1 / 60 - 1 / 125 when holding the camera in your hands.

4. Keep your aperture around f8.0, especially with along focal length.

5. In case, you buy another camera model, see to it that the camera is featured with image stabilization (IS) technology.


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