According to FujiFilm X30 specs:
Shutter speed: (Auto mode) 1/4 sec. to 1/4000* sec. , (All other modes) 30 sec. to 1/4000* sec. * 1/4000sec. at small aperture, 1/1000sec. at full aperture
In reality, when using Aperture-priority mode and a low f-Number (e.g. 2.0), the shutter speed goes up to 1/1000 while making overexposed pictures if there's too much light. (The shutter speed value turns to red.)
In Manual mode with f=2.0, the indicator turns red at 1/1000s but allows me to continue up to 1/4000s.
If the camera is capable of taking a picture at f=2.0/ss=1/4000s why doesn't it allow to do so in the Aperture-preference mode?