Question about Instant Cameras
We needs manual or any informaton that could be relavent to this camera: Minolta X70 SLR Camera. More to do with the buttons or light meter setting, the + - that is written on one of the controls of the camera. It says +1 or -2 and some more numbers and we would like to know what you use it for. Any help would be greatful and widely appreciated. Thank you.
When camera is selected to operate in auto mode it measures light in the over all frame and put an average aperture (ie the f-numbers 3.5, 5.6, 8 like that, bigger the number lower the light goes through the lens) but that average f-num would not be sufficient or over at certain conditions.Like
A small cat on a large white background.
A small yellow rose on a large black background
In that situation a compensation is required
Or if your camera slightly under or over exposes in auto mode you can correct up to + or -2 steps (50% per step)
Totally you can over ride the camera control over 200% low or high lighting.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
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