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I have a fujifilm exr 30 and when it is set at S I cannot get the aperture higher than f 4.5 can anyone help Thanks Joan

I take outdoor rugby so my shutter is 500 and my ISO is about 400

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The answer is probably in the manual

Posted on Sep 19, 2017

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SOURCE: F828 and ISO question

If you're in shutter-priority mode, yes, the shutter speed will increase. If you're in manual mode, it won't do anything until you set it manually. Just remember that, for any given exposure, shutter speed and f-stop are inversely proportional. Higher fStop, lower shutter speed. Lower f-Stop, higher shutter speed. And that the higher the f-stop, the smaller the aperture. On the F828, f2.0 is largest aperture (most light), f8 is smallest aperture (least light). ISO, on the other hand, is an approximation of film speed. In reality, however, raising the ISO just amplifies the signal downstream from the sensor - but the net effect is the same as lowering the f-stop (bigger aperture), which allows you to have a faster shutter speed for the same exposure. Hope this helps...

Posted on Sep 12, 2005

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: On my Finepix S9500 when

Sorry, not a solution but wondfered if you ever solved this because I cannot work it out!

Posted on Nov 22, 2009

Anonymous

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SOURCE: tell me something about settings of outdoor

Put the camera on auto and it will set all those for you. By exprimenting you'll find the right settings for each occasion. To perfect this may take years. The settings depend on the weather, clouds, buildings nearby, water, target (moving/stationary/speed etc.).
With digital camera it's easy to take pictures with different settings and immediately be able to compare and find the right ones.

Posted on Nov 30, 2009

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SOURCE: 1- How do you set ISO?

The ISO is set in the camera menu. You can't set the aperture and shutter manually...this is basically a point-and-shoot camera with some nice features. You should copy the disc to your computer and then open it from there by double-clicking on it.

Posted on Apr 05, 2010

Geoff Hone

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SOURCE: Pictures a very overexposed. Inside

Have you set the 400 ISO, or do you have the camera on Auto ISO?
Go back to your setup menus and set the Sensitivity to the lowest ISO value possible.  Now set the White Balance to Auto. Exit the menus.
Now set the camera to P for program. In effect, you have turned the camera into a point-and-shoot dimwit. It should now take reasonably well exposed shots indoor and outdoor.
If the shutter speed does not register on the body, you should put the dial on Tv and see if you can alter the speeds.  Remember, not all finctions are available for all dial settings.

Posted on Jul 26, 2010

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