X-Pro 1: No exposure compensation in Auto-ISO - is this a bug?

Started Feb 5, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: X-Pro 1: No exposure compensation in Auto-ISO - is this a bug?
In reply to endymion, Feb 8, 2013

endymion wrote:

You could try doing what I do in a very low light situation when you have widest aperture and lowest speed that you can handhold at. Use Auto ISO and half press the shutter release to see what ISO the camera wants to use, which in very low light may well be 3200. Then reset the Auto ISO to Manual ISO and set it to what the auto was going to use, and then use the exposure compensation dial. This is on my X100, but I guess it will be the same on X Pro 1.

OK, you're at the slowest speed and widest aperture.  You've set the ISO manually.  Now you use the exposure compensation dial.  What does it do?  You can't open the lens up any more, you can't slow down the shutter, and you can't increase ISO.  I'm confused.

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