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Comparing images : D7000 & D90

Tucsonmr2

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"RE: Comparing images : D7000 & D90"

Tucsonmr2 Registered since 08th Nov 2012
Sun 03-Feb-13 09:40 PM

>I am not sure what you are asking. If, for a desired exposure
>level, shutter speed is increased, the two remaining
>components of exposure can be used to compensate. Either
>increase the light sensitivity(ISO) or increase the size of
>the opening in the lenses to allow more light to strike the
>sensor, or both.
>What dot are you referring to? When shooting in manual mode
>you have manual control of all 3 of the base elements of
>exposure and any changes made will reflect on the light meter
>display in at the bottom mid right portion of the viewfinder.
>In Aperture or Shutter priority modes plus any of the Auto or
>Scene modes the meter disappears but the shutter speed, ISO(if
>selected to display) and aperture are displayed.
>For example, if you are in Aperture priority mode and have set
>the aperture to f/4 and ISO is 400, the speed will be adjusted
>by the camera to expose well for the scene light level it is
>seeing. If the calculated shutter speed is too low for a
>handheld shot, you have a number of choices; use a tripod,
>increase ISO to have the camera recalculate a new, faster
>shutter speed or change the aperture to a smaller
>number(larger opening), say f/2.8.
>
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Sorry I should have been more specific with my question..
Thanks for the response regarding how to adjust the parameters to have a good exposure, im still finding my way around manual mode now and just learning to use the l;ight meter to get the right exposure
Few people above have mentioned using a higher shutter speed than NORMAL to get better results from the D7000
Is there a set minimum shutter speed you need to be above for the D7K to prevent blur during hand held shots????
cheers

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