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Learn how to set the shutter priority (Tv) function using the Canon G10
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This Shutter Priority is very easily accessed. Just use your mode dial right here and turn that to Tv. Tv stands for Time value and this allows you to set your shutter speed while the camera compensates for everything else.
So, as you can see right now at the bottom, I have my shutter speed highlighted with this gray square and I can use this dial to change that value anyway I want.
Now, I have changed the value. Right now, you don’t see the image getting darker or brighter because the camera hasn’t set the Aperture just yet. But once I have this selected for example, if I have a shutter speed that is too fast for the lighting condition that I’m in right now and I press the Shutter button halfway, you’ll see that my Aperture is set to F2.8 but it’s also in red which means that it’s not wide enough to get a proper exposure. You could also see that the screen was a little bit darker than it should be. I usually just use this mode for supports when I want to make sure that my shutter speed is fast enough to stop the action.
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