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Hi,

i am new to my X100F, trying to work out why it does not obey the minimum shutter speed I have set in the auto iso setting when light falls too low. Anyone enlighten me?

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Because the camera is still made to take a correct exposure. With low light it will first decrease the shutter speed to the minimum you’ve set, then increase the iso and if it’s still underexposed it will decrease the shutter speed again below your set limit, but it will never increase the iso above the limit

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Great thanks , did not get that I was only giving the camera guidance ! Makes sense that the the iso is key when that is what the setting is for. 

Thanks for the replies.

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