Learn how to set the exposure compensation function using the Panasonic DMC-LX3
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Exposure compensation is something that you can actually access in just about every mode in the mode dial. So most of the scenes located in the scene mode have exposure compensation accessible. The AutomMde has it available and program aperture priority and shutter priority all have it available.
There are a couple of ways of accessing exposure compensation, one is by using your quick menu joystick, just nudge that to the left in order to highlight the exposure compensation icon in the bottom left here. And then, just move the joystick up or down and you can see that I’m changing the exposure compensation. The same method is used in all of the modes.
The other way of accessing exposure compensation is by pressing the exposure compensation icon right here. The first thing you get to is the exposure compensation and you can use either the right or left navigation button or the joystick in order to move your compensation over. And when you’re set, go ahead and press the set button to escape.
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