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The Ultimate Aperture Priority Hack !!!

In this episode, Andrew Boey teaches you a cool ‘hack-of-a-job’ that you can perform to trick your camera to be more efficient when you are on Aperture Priority mode!!

Learn how to overcome the Nikon DSLR’s Auto-ISO bug that is found in many recent models.

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45 Comments on The Ultimate Aperture Priority Hack !!!

  1. Very helpful tutorials! Thank you

  2. Good tips – thank you

  3. Thank you that was very helpful

  4. Hello
    I have followed your video and as can be seen by my previous comment I thought everything was fine. However, i have followed your tutorial, but my D7200 still alters the shutter speed! I have gone over and over your tutorial, but shutter speed still changes after setting ISO etc as you suggest. Help

  5. hi, how I set these settings in Nikon d7100

  6. So u turned auto on first then u turned it off…. Wow… You are a genius of morons

  7. Excellent tutorial! Thanks a lot.

  8. Great video, and works……..but have a question about your video on True Stops. Have a Nikon D7000 and D7200, and neither of them will let you set the sensitivity settings to full (true stop) values, only get the option for 1/3 or 1/2. From you video I would expect that any Nikon DSLR would allow this.

  9. When I turn on Exposure Compensation, then turn the rear dial, it changes my ISO. What's wrong? How can I fix this? I don't see it making exposure compensation.

  10. Great, just what I was looking for!

  11. Easy shoot Pentax! Pentax DSLR can do this and much more!

  12. Some of us have cameras where there's quite a difference in image quality between ISO 100 and ISO 800, so having the camera choose 800 on its own isn't a viable option. Luckily, there's the fallback of paying attention to what shutter speed the camera is automagically picking, and recognizing that it's too slow!

  13. i did what you said but doesnt work on my d500it still staysthe same

  14. Is there any video regarding shutter priority setting changes?? pls pls pls let me know..

  15. THANKS ???? for including Canon instructions…. ????????

  16. u r the besttttttttttttttttt

  17. What a fantastic tutorial! Covering an area of Nikon control I was unsure about. This video is superb, clear both in the talk and the visuals. Brilliant. Thank you so much.

  18. Can you put a video tip for: How do i explain to my wife i want to take pictures of hot girls without getting into an argument? Asking for a friend.

  19. doesn't work on Nikon D3200

  20. Excellent Tutorial. Thanks for sharing.

  21. Kæra þakkir fyrir þessar útskýringar.Þetta var stór hjálp.

  22. how can I manipulate this using my fujifilm xt-100?

  23. Smart stuff with thanks ….

  24. Thank you so much for this episode. I totally agree with Naresh. New subscriber here.

  25. If I set this in aperture how will it affect me taking photos in manual (if it will affect my settings at all)

  26. The issue with Nikon and at least with my D750 is that the camera does niot respect the minimum ISO at all, regardless what I do. I tried to "fool" the camera by setting the ISO as high as 12000 and even put the shutter speed minimum shutter speed on 'Auto' with 'faster' settings (all the way to the right end) and nothing works. The camera uses lower shutter speed even if it still has room to lower the ISO. It's a dumb way Nikon does things.

    If anyone has a solution please let me know.

    Nonetheless, Great video as usual!!!

  27. Andrew thank you so much for your knowledge and your joy in sharing it with us. I chose Pentax cameras on the recommendation of a photographer friend of mine who knew my interest of photography but my budget is not one that lend itself to using Nikon or Canon. I also enjoy using the old manual lenses with M42 mount that Takumar created and they are a perfect fit for the Pentax cameras. Would you consider doing some videos with tips and tricks with Pentax cameras? I use a K-5 and while some tutorials will cross over with Pentax shooters some like this one are very camera specific.

  28. Hello Andrew… Excellent video…. Just a quick question… I'm a Canon EOS 800D user… In my camera i see only ISO Speed & ISO Auto under menu settings.. .Any help here would be much appreciated

  29. this not working in nikon 5600d sir help me pliz riply forward

  30. sir this trick in not working in nikon 5600d pliz sir help me i am from india

  31. thank you, really a big help, will start following

  32. none of these settings are available for Rebel T6 🙁

  33. Thank you. Very Useful.

  34. My canon 80d after these setting still going lower shutter than decided. What to do ?

  35. Can you tell me what are the appropriate settings like this on a Sony A6000 please

  36. Great content Andrew! ????????

  37. I just love it….so simple and so perfect teaching. Thank you sooo much ????

  38. I only have the lowest shutter speed and highest ISO on my D300s

  39. Is this feature available in Canon 600D..

  40. sir …. you make videos but dont realise that ppl have different brands and models of cameras so it would be in order to tell what camera you are using to demonstrate this aperture priority hack …. i tried with my Nikon D7000 and also D750 and failed …. both cameras dont have the same screen as yours …. will you pls tell me what camera you are using in this video …. lots of ppl comment they got it – but what they get is setting the auto iso sensititivity settings not as you say ok ….. if you give leeway to the camera to set the iso on auto then its no issue …. i dont like to use abusive language but you got on my head and feel this is a bad way to make an instruction video …. pls tgell what camera you are using …. thanks

  41. much easier shoot on manual mode ????????

  42. Thanks for this very precious information.. I appreciate much for Im a nikon user for quite awhile but this feature is gives me more flexibility!!!!

  43. Good tricks but Nikon sucks!

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