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Douglass Moody Registered since 22nd Nov 2009Mon 23-Nov-09 02:44 AM
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Larry,

The "A" setting on your Mode dial is for Aperture Priority, where you can select the desired f-stop (such as f/11). All other settings remain automatic. You can choose to view your aperture choices through the eyepiece or on the monitor, as you turn the Command dial located on the upper-right backside.

  

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