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Besides usually being its own item in the EXIF, as others have pointed out, some cameras have stepless shutter speeds or apertures when using the non-manual modes. This can result in shutter speeds or apertures that are not selectable in manual mode which also gives it away.
For an image taken with a digital camera this information is stored and very easily accessible. What mode the camera was in such as Auto, Manual, Program, Aperture Priority, or Shutter Priority and more information can be found using the EXIF data that is stored along with the image. It is all included in the image file such as a .JPEG file in what we call ...
Most digital cameras include the shooting mode, the metering mode, and even the focus mode in the EXIF information. The EXIF information can be viewed with most photo processing applications such as Adobe Lightroom or the software that came with the camera. Not all applications will display every field of the EXIF data, so you may need to try more than one. ...
Yes you should be able to do this. Switch your camera to Manual mode, and it should work. If it still shows FEE, you will need to trick the camera into thinking its a non-cpu lens, you can do this by applying a bit of tape over the contacts on the lens before attaching it. HOWEVER: You now have to set aperture and shutter speed manually, aditionally auto ...
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