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Old Thursday 12th October 2017, 21:34   #626
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By "exposure bias" do you mean "exposure compensation"?

If so, what's the issue? I don't fiddle with mine much, but it's just a button push away...
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Old Friday 13th October 2017, 06:31   #627
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By "exposure bias" do you mean "exposure compensation"?

If so, what's the issue? I don't fiddle with mine much, but it's just a button push away...
Yes Kevin, Exposure Compensation. It's not a major issue, but on the SX50 it was all controlled on the dial on the back, As far as Ii can see(and what I was doing yesterday) is that you press the button on the back of the camera and then have to spin the wheel on the top. When doing this yesterday it meant bringing the camera away from the shooting position to adjust. As I said not major and hopefully with practise it will become easy to do while keeping viewfinder to the eye.

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