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#1 Gary Worrall

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Posted 03 July 2015 - 07:48 AM

Hi guys,

When shooting wildlife, I often bump the command and sub command dials, don't know how I do it, just happens and end up wide open or stopped down too far when I don't want it

Same thing happens when Im shooting flash indoors, as I only shoot manual

 

Reading through the manual tonight, I came across the "Shutter Speed and Aperture Lock" option and tried it out

works a treat and as I'm usually using auto ISO, (early morning late afternoon), no more strange shutter speeds

 

I'm sure this option would be on most of the later series

 

I have assigned the Pv button to lock the Aperture and Shutter

 

I guess most of you know this already, just thought I would share the experience

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Posted 03 July 2015 - 09:27 AM

Never heard about that feature.  Have to look in my manual and see if my D7100 has it. 


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