Hi all, I was reading this article Nikkor AF-S 50mm f/1.4G lens review diary | Cameralabs and I was confused when I read this: [...]The photo on the right was captured on this cold and grey December morning. Handheld at 1/45, f/1.4, 200 ISO, with -1EV compensation and the picture mode set to vivid.[...]. (There is a picture of a green door next to the text) EV ? ... Exposure compensation. Ok, how can you compensate the exposure?, changing the aperture, the shutter speed or the ISO. (can I say using a flash too ?) right ?. So the article is giving you the information of the aperture, shutter speed and ISO. Why would I need to now that he used a -1EV?. I mean, If I set the camera with those aperture, shutter speed and ISO values (in the Manual mode) will I have the same result? Thanks for the help.