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Can you adjust Aperture in [Tv] mode on a PowerShot G7 X?

The whole point of Tv mode is that you don't adjust the aperture; the camera meters the scene and calculates the aperture based on the selected shutter speed and ISO setting. If you want to adjust the ...
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What is the flexible priority (Fv) mode on recent Canon cameras and what's so good about it?

There are many results from Google explaining how it works, e.g. this one is pretty decent. I don't have a Canon myself, but reading about the mode, it seems very similar to how most Fuji X-series ...
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How to determine the exposure mode used in two photos if they have the same ISO value and the same exposure value?

In addition to shutter or aperture priority with fixed ISO, options include: full auto or program mode a program-shift mode, if the camera has one (from this camera's manual, it does not, but other ...
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Change preview time in A7R II

You can choose between 10 seconds, 5 seconds or 2 seconds. MENU → (Custom Settings) → [Auto Review] → desired setting. Source
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What is the flexible priority (Fv) mode on recent Canon cameras and what's so good about it?

I have the EOS R and I use the Fv mode almost exclusively. What does it do? Fv "Flexible Priority" mode lets you adjust aperture, shutter speed, ISO sensitivity, and/or exposure compensation without ...
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Half press on Nikon D90 triggers shooting

Your shutter button could be defective. If it is, then consider using back button focusing (repurposes the AE-L button as focus). It's a lot cheaper than getting your camera fixed. There are many ...
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did not allow me to use f/2 in Av mode

The most likely reason is that even using the camera's lowest ISO available and the camera's shortest exposure time (a/k/a the "fastest" shutter speed) available, the conditions under which you are ...
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Why won't my EOS M5 take a photo in SCN/HDR mode with a manual lens?

Only M and Av modes should actually work with a manual lens. P and Tv shouldn't, since those might require aperture adjustment. If you have a chipped adapter, there might be a problem in terms of how ...
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Why won't my EOS M5 take a photo in SCN/HDR mode with a manual lens?

The scene modes require the camera to be able to communicate with the lens. If the camera doesn't detect a lens it won't release the shutter in the scene modes.
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