Man­ual mode

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In any of the auto-ex­po­sure modes, the cam­era will re-eval­u­ate the ex­po­sure for each shot. But there are many sit­u­a­tions, such as stu­dio pho­tog­ra­phy, where you know the light­ing won’t change and you don’t want the cam­era con­tin­u­ally ‘re-in­ter­pret­ing’ it. If you al­ready know the cor­rect ex­po­sure, you can use Man­ual (M) mode in­stead. This is quicker than try­ing to over­ride the cam­era’s auto mode.

Man­ual mode puts you in con­trol of the shut­ter speed and aper­ture set­tings, not the cam­era.

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