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SD600 :manuelle Belichtung wieder abstellen, wie?

SD600: manual exposure off again, how?



Frage von painter:
November 2010

Hi,

times users have ne question about Panasonic SD600 (;. Betr. but determined sämtl Pana's) when I in Manu mode, the exposure times would freeze short, I put so easy just set the aperture or the shutter.
Now I want back there afterwards that the Camera exposed all myself, in manual mode!
This is in the instructions: just press button-Ia. Manual. Is synonymous, but then I'm suddenly in Ia. mode. Would not even as dramatic, I press stop again on the same button to get back in Manu mode, and do not see ... a part of my menu settings are disabled (; Digital Cinema color, contrast intell).
It's annoying, of course, because I will not want every time, first in the auto mode, in Manu mode, and then my menu settings to set the record straight ...

I hope you understand my problem

Thank you first
Painter



Antwort von painter:

any suggestions ...?

Greetings Painter



Antwort von Replay:

There are no suggestions because there is no other way than to go on iA. Goofy, I know ...

Unfortunately, of Panasonic not thought through.

Greetings

Replay








Antwort von painter:

well, then I'm holding it! :-(


Greeting Painter



Antwort von penkeler:

The problem I have synonymous, with the Panasonic HDC-SDT750. In manual mode you can shutter feststlegen speed, then adjusts the camera to Aperture. Conversely, it is not - at feststlegen of Aperture, Camera regulates not. So you can not turn off the video-level gain. To listen to regulate to bring the camera, you have to press again the shutter speed and Aperture and Gain controls the camera accordingly. Is it really so, or I do something wrong?



Antwort von painter:

I am now not sure whether we both mean the same problem ...
secure, you can (like I do with my SD600) ONLY the first shutter, and then set the Aperture! Sure, that sucks ... but perhaps just bugs me more that if I want to just going to freeze the picture, (so that the camera adjusts itself not of) briefly to Aperture (the Picture is now "fixed") , and then I go back to shutter so the camera controls everything himself again. So far so good, but unfortunately now the shutter will remain always on the last set value (50 or so)!
And in order to get back out there, unfortunately I have to press iA, and thus no longer have my menu settings in Manual mode active!
The problem is apparently so well known, I find stupid anyway!

Greetings Painter



Antwort von penkeler:

"Painter" wrote:

And in order to get back out there, unfortunately I have to press iA, and thus no longer have my menu settings in Manual mode active!


When I go to Preferences lost synonymous with iA press. To avoid it, more times shutter. Normally, a semi-pro camera or camcorder can adjust the aperture of, set the shutter on the respective light conditions. And go ganauso the set of Shutter, Aperture auto. In a semi-pro video camera you can at least GAIN off. Man needs little hand of the Aperture and Shutter synonymous set the same time.

AF / AE Tracking is synonymous only active in automatic mode and only with automatic White Balance. That is, the white balance changed dynamically }:-((




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