Discussion in 'Photography Beginners' Forum' started by 357magnum, Feb 22, 2007.
adjusting shutter speed, can i do it on a regular digital camera like my canon? how should i do it?
I'm sure you can it it's any kind of DLSR.
Well, first tell us what a "regular" digital camera is
If the former, then it really depends alot on the model I would guess ... if the latter, well, just set it to manual or to shutter priority and set it as stated in the manual (usually turning one of the wheels close to your shutter release).
What kind of camera is it?
yes, no, maybe, i dunno.
dont have the manual and its a CanonA540 and its a point and shoot
didnt help it just said how much better it was than other cameras it didnt say how to adjust it
turn the dial on the top to "Tv" or "M" mode....you can adjust shutter speed in those modes....but i recommend you do it using the "Tv" mode only....."M" mode would require a bit understand of exposure
yet....another way and the best......read the manual of your camera......that is the best way to understand the basic operation of your camera
download library has the manual
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