What are the different shooting modes about with the Lomo'Instant Wide?
The Lomo’Instant Wide has three different shooting modes depending on your shooting preferences. You can easily select your shooting mode by pressing the Shooting Mode Button.
“A” – Auto Shooting Mode
When the Auto shotting Mode is selected, you will get perfectly exposed photos in all situations. The Lomo’Instant Wide determines aperture and shutter speed automatically (and auto flash output if flash is on) for perfect exposures. This is the perfect mode for shooting all hours of the day and night! The flash is enabled by default in Auto Shooting Mode.
“B” – Bulb Mode
When Bulb Mode is selected, the Lomo’Instant Wide will be set at B shutter at all times. The shutter will remain open for as long as the Shutter Release Button is pressed. As the aperture value default is f/8, ulb Mode is perfect for shooting fun long exposures, night time shots and light paintings! The flash is enabled by default in Bulb Shooting Mode.
“1/30” Fixed shutter speed mode
When the Fixed Shutter Speed Mode is selected, the Lomo’Instant Wide will be set at 1/30 shutter speed at all times. And the aperture value is default in f/8.
1/30 shutter speed is useful when you de not want ambient light affect exposure too much in flash photography. A fixed shutter speed of 1/30 is especially useful wehn external flash is connected or photography with studio lights. Flash is on as default under Fixed Shutter Speed Mode.
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