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A: Aperture-Priority Auto
If the selected aperture would result in the picture being under- or over-exposed,
the aperture display in the monitor will flash when the shutter-release button is
pressed halfway. Choose another aperture and try again.
An aperture of f/7.9 may not be available at some zoom positions. For smaller ap-
ertures, try zooming the camera out.
Aperture and Zoom
The maximum and minimum values for aperture are determined by the camera lens and
zoom setting. Unless On is chosen for Fixed aperture (c100), aperture will change as
the camera is zoomed in or out. If the second-highest aperture setting is selected with the
camera zoomed all the way out and the camera is then zoomed in, the camera will vary
the f/-number to maintain aperture at the second-highest setting for the current zoom po-
sition.
Faster Shutter Speeds
Depending on the amount of light available, it may be possible to achieve shutter speeds
as high as 1/2,000 s by selecting an aperture of f/7.3 (maximum zoom) or between f/4.8
and f/7.6 (widest angle).
Rotate the mode dial to A. Display value for exposure compensation
(exposure compensation setting screen)
and histogram (distribution of tones).
Select aperture. Frame picture, focus, and shoot.
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