- So it might be warmer now, but it wasn't long ago that it was Baltic, as this #Fujifilm #S9600 owner's blog proves! http://t.co/sNVjkZe48E
- Sending one of these (mic, not camera) to @geekanoids to have a play with and let us know what they think http://t.co/oMdKC1XbZX
- Not quite sure how this #Fujifilm #HS10 managed to stop this fast-moving subject in its tracks - that's some skill! http://t.co/I2Vz8rGj80
- Perfect for British weather... http://t.co/CcYvg6Zr3b #rain #waterproofcamera http://t.co/K7E42nz2LZ
- @Lensflaredave the best kind ;-)
Aperture v Shutter
It has often puzzled me ( it dont take much) why, when camera it set on A - aperture control and bracketing it takes three shots at different shutter speeds rather than different apertures. I would have expected looking at the exif details that say a shot is metered correctly at F6.7 and 1/250, it takes one image at that, then one underexposed at F11 and 1/250 and one overexposed at F4 and 1/250. But no! what happens is I see F7 1/640, F7 1/1250, F7 1 /800. These are the results I would expect to find when set to S and not A. Those settings are examples using +/- 1 ev.
Ray its over to you!