any way to ae lock in videos.
Bought a 2nd hand s120 for about $225. Grip paint a bit warn off and it had obviously been dropped hard at some point as there is a dent in the corner with paint missing. Couple other minor blemishes.
Regardless, the biggest issue is that I can't seem to lock exposure during movies. Even if shooting from manual modes...totally ignores it... There is an ae lock that can be assigned, but its Xd out in movie mode and in other modes doesn't seem to do anything.
Frustrating because Oly xz2 is cheaper and brand new with super fast lens. Only reason I didn't go with it instead of s120 was because wanted AE lock.
I'm assuming I'm shat out of luck... But figured I'd give it a toss here and see if perhaps I'm missing something.
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