A question on the DP2M
OK, so finally, after viewing the results that have been produced with the DPxM cameras, I'll be collecting my DP2M on Tuesday. I've had a DP1 since 2008, and it's still the camera I grab if I don't want to be encumbered by a camera. The results from the M-series cameras, especially in BW, can remind me of the prints I used to make from much larger-format negatives. Not the sharpness, more the tonal progression.
I'm picking it up in London, on a quick visit, and the helpful dealer has promised to charge up a battery for me. And the weather forecast is for continuous rain. But I hope to get a few shots of a wet London.
I've downloaded the instruction book, but there is one thing that I can't work out (there are several things, but the rest can wait).
If I use auto ISO, is it possible to set a minimum shutter speed, or is there a default speed that the camera will use?
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