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D300 Exposure Control

IanCT

SF Bay, US
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"RE: D300 Exposure Control"

IanCT Registered since 15th Sep 2008
Fri 18-Jan-13 05:15 AM

If in Aperture priority, what's your f-stop set to?

Try changing the mode to Program. Hold the mode button and rotate the rear thumb wheel until it says P in the top LCD.

The plus/minus is your meter, tells you roughly if you'll be under or overexposed based on your lighting conditions and camera settings.

Hold the EV (+/-) button to make sure your compensation is 0.0.

Last ditch effort, hold the two buttons with the green dot (QUAL and +/-) for two seconds to reset your settings to default.

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