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02-04-2008, 07:14 AM   #1
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Expansion bracket and Multi-exposure K10D

So i have stumbled accross these two items in my camera that i am prety confident i can say i dont understand at all....

can someone tell me a little about them and how they interact with the little bracketing button i have below my prgram dial and above the menu button...

i basically stumbled across this when i couldnt work out i had to press and hold down the bracketing button and then use the e-dial to go left or right to do bracketing shots...

so now i know how to do basic bracketing on-3/on-5/off i have these OTHER and MORE CONFUSING options....

suggestions and comments please because the book says what i have write below...

Expansion bracket Off
White Balance
Bracketing amount
GM +/-3, +/-2, +/-1
BA +/-3, +/-2, +/-1
Bracketing amount
+/-3, +/-2, +/-1
Bracketing amount
+/-3, +/-2, +/-1
Bracketing amount
+/-3, +/-2, +/-1

Multi-exposure Number of shots
2 - 9 times
Auto EV Adjust

man many thanks


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