Changing compensation at different shutter speeds.

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Changing compensation at different shutter speeds.

Hey guys,

I have a Canon EOS 70D and I'm a relatively noob photographer. But, I want to understand a few things.
First thing is: When I try to change my shutter speed to 1/60 in manual mode, it changes my AEB to overexpose by 3 stops. To make this so that it goes down to a neutral exposure, it turns my shutter speed to 1/200 or 1/400. I am wondering if there's a way to stop this?
Last question: I am trying to change my aperture to 3.2, but the minimum I can go to is 4.0. Is this set by the type of lens you have?
Sorry for the ridiculously nooby questions - I just wanted to try to jump into manual mode a bit more by using some of the settings I've seen recommended.
Much appreciated for the time!

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