Question about Nikon Cameras
It's probably a limitation of your lens. You didn't say what lens you're using, but one of the common kit lenses sold with the N75 only goes to f/3.3 at best. If you had a lens that opens up more, the camera will let you use it.
The difference between f/2.2 and f/4 is about two stops, so to compensate you'd have to use a shutter speed of 1/8.
Posted on Dec 30, 2009
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