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A simple way to expose for street photography with the X100F

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Thanks -- if you're outdoors at a fixed f/stop, have you tried just setting manually and running with it? The light is pretty constant.


After years of enjoying auto settings I've gon eback to manual, since the settings are pretty consistent for all cameras. Handy if you have more than one body :)

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Hi Bjorke,

I enjoy manual settings too :-) . But sometimes, for instance for street photography, I like the click-and-go process. If I want to expose for a subject in the light, click. Then A second later in the dark, another click. Personnaly, I can concentrate on the scene better :-)

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