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Olympus OM-D E-M1 Mark II The second Micro Four Thirds camera that offers phase detect focusing so you can use Four Thirds DSLR lenses normally as well a Micro Four Thirds lenses.

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Exposure changes not visible in M mode..?

The changes to speed and aperture are evident on EVF and the monitor in modes S A & P but this does not apply in M mode.

I feel sure it did prior to the last update but as my settings did not carry over I can't be certain.

Cant seem to find it in the menu, It's probably me
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Re: Exposure changes not visible in M mode..?

Not sure what you are saying here, Dave - do you mean that the image doesn't get lighter or darker as you change exposure? If this is the case it could be because you have Live View Boost switched on, either by accident or design. I can't remember where it is in the menus, if you can't find it just shout and I'll go digging.

Hope this helps ... John
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Re: Exposure changes not visible in M mode..?

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Not sure what you are saying here, Dave - do you mean that the image doesn't get lighter or darker as you change exposure? If this is the case it could be because you have Live View Boost switched on, either by accident or design. I can't remember where it is in the menus, if you can't find it just shout and I'll go digging.

Hope this helps ... John
Thanks John, turn off LVB and it works.
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