just noticed that when i program
the d200 in program auto
or flexible program
the shutter speed/aperature combo
are not altered by turning either
command, or sub-command wheel.
i thought it was supposed to.
thought i remembered this function on the f100
as well & even the canon t90 i had ultilised this same
am i incorrect in assuming this?
#1. "RE: 'p' program auto" | In response to Reply # 0briantilley Nikonian since 26th Jan 2003Sun 20-May-07 06:15 AM
Flexible Program mode is present on the D200.
You engage Flexible Program by having the camera in "P" mode and rotating the main command dial - not the sub-command dial unless you have the dial functions reversed. It may be that you are already at the maximum aperture and longest shutter speed, in which case there is nowhere for the Flexible Program function to go.
#2. "RE: 'p' program auto" | In response to Reply # 1mojobebop Registered since 29th Mar 2007Sun 20-May-07 10:54 AM
your post led me to experiment.
i had it on auto asa, (sorry, iso).
max at 1600.
when i switched it to non auto
w/iso of 100 it seems to work fine.
i guess it was compensating by switching iso?
thanks for help