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Here’s how you can slow down your shutter speed on the I-2 to deliver motion blur, creating exciting and dynamic shots where movement tells part of the story.
1. On Shutter Priority mode select a shutter speed (from 1/250 to 30 seconds) by turning the selection dial. The camera will pick the right aperture when pointed at your subject.
2. Use a tripod or put the camera on a steady surface to make sure your scene is sharp. If your subject is moving it will capture the blur.
3. Shooting during the day? To make sure your photo won't be overexposed select a shutter speed, frame your subject and half-press the shutter to check the exposure on the exposure meter. If it points to the right (overexposed) adjust the shutter speed to a shorter time to make up for this.
4. Night shoot? Avoid an underexposed photo by selecting the right shutter speed, then frame your subject, and half-press the shutter to check the exposure on the exposure meter. If it points to the left (underexposed) adjust the shutter speed to a longer time to make up for this.
5. FYI: you can select up to 30" in Shutter Priority mode or move to Manual Mode to access « Bulb »
6. Experiment with different lengths of exposure and light sources for perfectly imperfect results.