Author Topic: Help! How do I take a Long Exposure Photo with the H6D-100?  (Read 421 times)

Offline Photon

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I placed the mirror up on manual mode and clicked the shutter release and it just self times a picture at 5 seconds. How do I change the time to 1 minute or 10 minutes? I cant find the answer anywhere on the manual.

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Re: Help! How do I take a Long Exposure Photo with the H6D-100?
« Reply #1 on: May 26, 2017, 08:00:28 AM »
You might have hit the mirror up button twice.

Just keep turning the thumb wheel until the shutter speed you want comes up.
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Re: Help! How do I take a Long Exposure Photo with the H6D-100?
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2017, 06:08:15 AM »
Set ISO, Set Exposure to Manual, Mirror up or not doesn't make a difference in Long exposures north of 5'sec or more.
Change time via Tv mode (Shutter), make sure it is not on T or B but a specific time of ex, 32sec./60sec /etc..

Good luck