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    denkel

    I am a new member and an old photographer. I still struggle to understand some topics mainly because the written topic is made by an expert and not 'idiot proof'. My camera (5D Mk IV) is used in Manual mode with auto ISO and have just discovered how to make exposure compensation when required. None of the camera buttons have been reprogrammed. By half pressing the shutter button and obtaining the meter reading and removing your finger, you have 4 seconds to make the ISO(exposure) compensation before taking the shot. The compensation is made be pressing the 'set' button and adjusting the 'main dial' at the same time. Obviously I could have missed this information but did not see it in the manual.

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    For full manual control where you prefer to not have the camera compromise your aperture and shutter choice you have probably found the best method for you ... I am surprised if this is not in the manual. You could probably program another button to make changing iso but I doubt it would make it easier.
    The R mirrorless models have three dials which make that easier and that’s the way I use the camera
    Brian Vickers LRPS

    brianvickersphotography.com

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      #3
      Welcome to this excellent and friendly forum!
      Railway Photos - Steam Train Photos

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        #4
        Welcome to the forum. Can't really comment on your post as I rarely use manual control, preferring instead to use aperture priority.
        http://www.cbnatureimages.co.uk

        http://www.flickr.com/photos/101212171@N02/

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          #5
          Welcome to the forum
          Alex

          EOS 5D Mk 1V EOS 7D Mk ii Lenses EFS 18-55mm EFS 55-250mm EF 50mm 24-105mm Sigma EX 70-200 Sigma 150-600c

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            #6
            Being someone who got no interest in the technicalities I can't help you - but welcome to the Forum.
            Trev

            Equipment - According to the wife more than a Camera Shop got

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