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"RE: Program mode"

BGD600 Registered since 19th Sep 2012
Thu 11-Oct-12 08:47 PM

Afaik program mode is designed to give an automatic balance of aperture and shutter speed to give a decent image for general snapshots. Moving the command dial one way or the other will favour depth of field or shutter speed at the expense of the other.

If auto iso is enabled, then it seems likely that it will remain at it's original setting for both a and s until a predefined (and probably undocumented) iso level is reached.

IMO it is an introduction to a or s mode for beginners that have moved beyond auto mode

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