just cannot change the exposure level mark by using the instructions in the manual.
settings on camera are:-
1/200 F14 (at mo) ISO200
the instructions state that by changing the aperture and shutter speed, the level mark will change but is doesn't....have just had problems in the studio with the camera taking blank pictures all dark!
Exposure compensation can be dialed through the '+' and '-' keys in the upper right hand side of the camera body. The shutter speed should alone take care of the exposure meter if the aperture is more or less good...
ps: sometimes when we increase the shutter speed to 1/2000 th of a sec..it takes a while to reach the zero mark in the exposure bar since you need to dial more to reach an acceptable shutter speed like say 1/10th ...or 1"...
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It looks like the camera's autoexposure is compensating for the changing light levels. As you pan around, the brightness of the scene changes and the camera changes exposure to compensate. Try locking the exposure, using the instructions in the "Shooting with manual adjustment" section of the manual (page 44 in my copy). If you need a copy of the manual, you may download one here.
Its so simple enter the formula given below.
First press the C button then press the exposure mode change button ( this is what you used to change the exposure from auto to manual or photo modes) then again C button, then again exposure mode change button then 1 and 4 then start button ( this is what you press to take a copy)
Try this and put it right.
Okay big breath, The Rebel T1i controls the flash (one reason you turn the flash on and off that's it) so you may have simply switched metering modes, with flash you should be on Evaluative mode.
Another thing is the camera may have been programed for TTL in the Menu E-TTL is the "normal" but if it's changed then the changes stays until you change it back.
I think it's the metering mode but if not you need to go into the camera Menu, Flash Control, External Flash, Flash Mode then select E-TTL. I found this all in a PDF manual of the Rebel T1i pages 139 through 141.
l For manual copy density adjustment, press the AUTO/ MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key to select MANUAL ( ) and adjust with the LIGHT ( ) and DARK ( ) keys as desired. l For photographs, select PHOTO ( ) and then adjust with the LIGHT ( ) and DARK ( ) keys as desired. l There are 9 exposure steps indicated by 5 indicator lights. (The indicators light up one or two at a time.) Successive pushes of the LIGHT ( ) key will change the indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•2) /(2) / (2•1) / (1). Successive pushes of the DARK ( ) key will change the indicator lights in the order (3) / (3•4) / (4) / (4•5)/ (5) The automatic exposure level can be adjusted to suit your copying needs. 1 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key to select the PHOTO ( ) mode. 2 Press and hold the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key for approximately 5 seconds. l The PHOTO ( ) indicator will go out and the AUTO indicator will begin to blink. l One or two exposure indicators corresponding to the automatic exposure level which has been selected will light up. The factory default setting is level “3”. 3 Press the LIGHT ( ) or DARK ( ) key to lighten or darken the automatic exposure level as desired. 4 Press the AUTO/MANUAL/PHOTO ( / / ) key. l The AUTO indicator will stop blinking and will light up steadily. l This automatic exposure level will remain in effect until you change it again by this procedure. Automatic exposure adjustment AUTO
Siorry, but because of a fault with the system I am not able to reach you on the other thread.
Normalizing tracks means leveling volume settings for a group of tracks or samples to mix or combine them together without troubles like the ones you got.
to normalise tracks you can use the function built in on the Korg studio, see normalize in the software help.
When operating on MIDIs also remember that MIDIs are recorded on different channel (example drums, guitar bass guitar).eg:bTd Aerosmith MIDI archive When you use them on a sequencer, and you operate on the volume, ensure
Hi. This is the rare model without the flipover keyboard, so it is more difficult. You will usually find the second level of PLUs are numbered directly after the first level, so if you have 108 PLUs on the first level, then level 2 will start from PLU109. If you want to be sure, print out the PLU prices using program 6 mode. The instructions should be in the prog manual. Let me know if you still have trouble.
no. if you want more than 3, you will have to manually bracket those beyond the initial three. alternately, you can get a reading for settings then change to manual and continually adjust your aperture setting from whatever under exposure level you want to whatever over exposure level you want. mark
You cannot use the E-10/20N in Program Mode with studio strobes. Studio strobes are not compatible with TTL (Through The Lens) metering. You will need to set the Mode Dial to Manual Mode. Exposure is determined by flash output , ISO and the distance from flash to subject. Proper exposure can be determined with a flash meter.