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Old 12-10-2013, 09:31 PM   #11
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I'm not sure if it has an adjustment. Check your manual.
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Cool! How would I do that on an iPhone 5?
iPhone 5's do not allow that ability in their default camera. There may possibly be an app that allows you to manually change it.
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iPhone 5's do not allow that ability in their default camera. There may possibly be an app that allows you to manually change it.
Cool. Thanks guys!!
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Cool! How would I do that on an iPhone 5?
You don't without a app such as Camera+, even then it still doesn't come close. I shoot with a Nikon D7000. Spend a little time on Craiglist and you'll deals on everything. The jump into a DSLR is worth it's weight in gold. I now shoot around 1200-2000 shutter clicks a week, it's rather addicting.
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