Setting exposure parameters for Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority on Lumix FZ2000/2500...

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Setting exposure parameters for Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority on Lumix FZ2000/2500...

I've just watched this YouTube video... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tahbRKbfAc ... in which Roman Fox talks about saving parameters for shooting in Aperture Mode. That is: setting a minimum shutter speed and or maximum ISO when you shoot in Aperture mode on your camera. In this way, you can forget about shutter speed and ISO and concentrate simply on adjusting your aperture. I know that I can set an ISO limit on my FZ2500. I know that I can set a minimum shutter speed. But unless I'm mistaken, these are GLOBAL settings. That is, if you set a maximum ISO, or a minimum shutter speed, that setting applies regardless of which mode you're in (Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority). On the FujiFilm camera that Roman Fox is using, you can save several different presets for Aperture mode (for different lighting conditions). I know my Lumix can't do that. What I'm wondering is whether I can set parameters for Aperture mode at all, or whether I'm stuck just with those global settings.

I hope that question is clear! Thanks to anyone who can help.

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