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02-05-2013, 02:24 PM   #16
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QuoteOriginally posted by arcturus Quote
Sorry to resurrect an old thread but I'm curious how the OP took a screenshot of the camera display?
As it's somewhat tilted, I would assume with another camera.

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Sorry to resurrect an old thread but I'm curious how the OP took a screenshot of the camera display?
I took it from a mobile phone and cropped it, there is no way to take a screenshot while camera is on
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The only way know I know of is to use a second camera or use aweb cam to take the photo.
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You can also connect a recording device to the camera's video output and grab from there.

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Hello,

I was trying indoor shoot using my Pentax-A 50mm F2. I set my shutter speed and aperture and also my ISO to 100. Now here is the problem, room is not well lit so I kept the aperture wide open and sat shutter speed to 1/40 to reduce any accidental blur. What I see in the Ev section (one encircled in red), Since I dont have any control over that the value is set to -3 automatically, making the image heavily underexposed. Shouldnt the camera set Ev to some positive value to make the image well exposed?

Am I missing anything here?



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help m mode of K-R

QuoteOriginally posted by Swapnil Quote
Hello,

I was trying indoor shoot using my Pentax-A 50mm F2. I set my shutter speed and aperture and also my ISO to 100. Now here is the problem, room is not well lit so I kept the aperture wide open and sat shutter speed to 1/40 to reduce any accidental blur. What I see in the Ev section (one encircled in red), Since I dont have any control over that the value is set to -3 automatically, making the image heavily underexposed. Shouldnt the camera set Ev to some positive value to make the image well exposed?

Am I missing anything here?



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i dont even get this bar (EV) in m mode
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