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I'm trying to chang my shutter speed but bulb

On my camera, whenever I try to change my shutter speed, the word "bulb" pops up in its spot instead. How do I change the speed?

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  • kakima May 11, 2010

    The "bulb" doesn't go away when you turn the main command dial while in M or S mode? Normally this is the "slowest" shutter speed setting, leaving the shutter open as long as the shutter release button is pressed.

    What happens when you turn the main command dial while in P mode?

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