ADVANCED OPERATION
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When the shutter release button
is depressed halfway, the shutter
speed and bar graph (the
illustration indicates –1EV), the
metering mode and the film
counter indicator will be
displayed in the viewfinder.
Exposure Warning
If the subject is too bright or too dark, the
selected shutter speed will blink in the
viewfinder as shown. It means that the
exposure is out of metering range, unable
to obtain a correct exposure even if the
shutter speed or aperture is adjusted.
Use a ND filter or select a darker subject
if the subject is too bright or use a flash if
it is too dark.
When the bars are
displayed above the l
side on the bar graph, it
indicates overexposure
and when the bars are
displayed above the m
side, it indicates
underexposure. When a
single bar is displayed in
the center of the bar graph,
it indicates correct
exposure.
Moving one bar above the
bar graph indicates 0.3
step (0.3EV). However,
when over or under
exposure is set beyond +3
or –3 steps (3EV), l or m
indicator will blink.
The bar graph in the view
finder is displayed only
when the AE Pentaprism
Finder 672 is attached.
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