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Manual exposure trouble in studio

Hi, really hope you can help!

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!

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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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