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    Posted 28 January 2017 - 10:59 AM

    Hi everyone,


    As mentioned elsewhere the low light performance is poor. But it is January here in the UK and dull so I am hoping that someone will tell me that Summer light will improve the performance considerably.


    Have used both auto and manual mode variations but I suspect that it is a losing battle at the moment due to the light. As the aperture seems to be fixed at F1.8 then exposure in manual mode is only controllable by shutter speed and ISO speed - correct me if this is not the case please. Would like to use ISO 100 or 200 in an effort to reduce graining but in the field these adjustments are fiddly to change so quite often Auto/Modes are used in frustration.


    Will carry on geting to know it....


    Camera version is R1051k


    Cheers - Don

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