Shutter speed changes a two step process?

Started Dec 18, 2013 | Questions thread
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MrsPatty2013 Regular Member • Posts: 108
Shutter speed changes a two step process?

Okay - got my X-E2 in the mail late yesterday, charged the battery and this morning sat down to get familiar with it.

Currently to change the shutter speed, if I set the dial on the top to say 60, it only allows me to change that via the command dial on the back by 3 down and one up from the top dial.

So does this mean every time I want to change my shutter speed, I have to go the general speed I want on the top dial, and then adjust by using the command dial - and then if I want something totally different for the next shot, I have to change the top dial again, and then adjust using the command dial on the back every time?

And if I happen to set it on the 180 -I can't adjust it via the command dial at all.

I can't find anything in the manual about changing that - what am I missing, or is this truly a two-step process with this camera if I want to go from 1/60 to 1/1000?

Thanks in advance,


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