Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-G1K Digital Camera with 14-45mm lens
I hope you're familiar with the Mode Dial, which is the dial with PASM on it. "A" stands for aperture and if you turn to that mode, you can then change the aperture by turning the (jagged) dial in front of your camera, on the hand grip. Here's a pic:
You can also change the aperture in "M", standing for manual mode.
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