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01-21-2012, 09:39 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by enoeske Quote
In the custom options menu, try setting the green button function to "Tv Shift" when in M mode. I think that might do what you want.
Thanks, Enoeske! I was browsing this thread and your suggestion was just what I needed. Now I can control whether the aperture and/or shutter speed is changed when auto-bracketing. Bravo!
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Auto bracketing

QuoteOriginally posted by Gimbal Quote
Itīs actually +/-4EV but yes you are tied to the exposure meter, but not only +/- 4EV. With exposure compensation you can the set bracketing series to go from -9EV to -1EV or in the other direction +1EV to +9EV from the cameras meter. So it's a little more flexible then merely +/- 4EV

But anyway, I'm glad someone new the solution.
I am looking for information to set up extended auto bracketing and how will effect the regular 5 exposure bracketing. Or better yet how can I get more than a 5 exposure bracketing set on my K5 ?
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