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07-03-2009, 02:07 AM   #1
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That Green Button - Useful!

The green button is my favourite Pentax tool. I shoot RAW after pressing the GB to determine exposure (I set program line to AV - just a matter of preference). With the K10D I found that it tended to under expose so I evaluate a test shot or the digital preview and adjust the manual setting.
If shooting landscapes, there is no need to change unless / untill the light changes (eg side or back light) or an especially unusual shot comes along.
I am excited to discover that it does so much more on the K20.
What do you Pentaxians (pardon) think?
Ron McDermott Queensland Australia

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