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Learn how to set the manual mode (M) using the Canon G10
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Access the Manual Mode in the camera by simply turning the mode dial at the top to the M. This M stands for Manual and this thus gives you access to absolutely everything in the camera. Your ISO, I can change my Exposure Compensation. I have access to my Shutter Speed, my Aperture. Everything you can really think of my metering. Here I have a little meter that shows me with a green dash with my current Exposure Compensation is set to and a little red dash that shows me that I’m completely over expose beyond plus two stops. So what I want is to change my Shutter Speed and I’ll just use these dial to change this and you can see now my dash has turned white and its starting to get closer towards the center and as I move closer, now it is a properly expose the picture.
Now I just press the metering button right here to move the selected field from one field to the next. Now I can change my Aperture again with the dial, just move that over and you can see as I get to a larger Aperture my meter indicates that I’m over exposing the picture so I’ll just go back and again press the Meter and I can choose the different metering mode and again back to the Shutter Speed.
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