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Shutter speed Panasonic DMC FZ30

According to the manual, I can adjust the shutter speed in Shutter Priority (and Manual) modes up to 1/2000. However, I truly cannot find where this adjustment can be made. The manual even states, "...adjust shutter speed....." Haven't found it anywhere in the Menu Mode. Sports setting goes up to only 1/30. Help!

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Set dial to s-then adjust to desired setting using command wheel by thumb.

Posted on Feb 05, 2008

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