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Learn how to set the shutter priority (S) function using the Panasonic DMC-LX3
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To access and change the shutter priority mode, it’s really quite simple. First you need to turn your mode dial to the S, this stands for shutter priority and what this does is allow you to dial in the exact shutter speed that you want and the camera will choose a proper aperture. Now the reason you may want to use this mode is if you specifically need a fast or slow shutter speed. For example if you’re shooting sports, you need a fast shutter speed so you would increase this, so that’s a 1/640 and press the shutter button halfway, and the camera chooses the proper aperture. If I want a slow shutter speed, it’s the same thing, just move my joystick down, choose a slow shutter speed.
A slow shutter can be great for capturing moving targets in motion for example water. If you want to get that nice, smooth effect in a waterfall, you would slow down the shutter speed to let’s say 1 second, and then go ahead and press the shutter button halfway. In this case 1 second is way too much, I would need some kind of a neutral density filter in front of the lens but that’s the basic idea of changing the shutter speed. To find out much more about Digital Photography and your Digital Camera, go to LBGuides.com.