I noticed something interesting. When the ISO (light sensitivity) is at 160 or 200, the duration of exposure can go up to 8 seconds. However, for ISOs above 200, the camera starts to reduce the maximum set-able exposure duration. At 3200 ISO, the maximum settable exposure is only 1 second. This doesn't take into account people who might want to set both the ISO and the exposure to very high settings, for things such as astrophotography. I am hoping, that some hacker out there has managed to create a firmware that allows the camera to use any exposure up to 8 seconds, at any ISO. Does such hacked/modified firmware yet exist for this camera?
Even neater, would be if it allowed exposures longer than 8 seconds, removing the 8 second exposure cap that prevents the camera from exposing for longer than 8 seconds, even at the minimum ISO of 160.
Sun, 13 Sep 2015 07:34:17 +0400
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