I own a Panasonic LUMIX G camera. I want to set the Shutter Speed to B so I can manually open the shutter. I can’t find a B setting.?
- SSP Bowl DudeLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
It may not have one. I have a Lumix and 60 seconds is the longest exposure time.
- FrankLv 73 weeks ago
There's more than one G model.
Usually if there's not a dedicated position or dial, then the B mode will be in the exposure mode. For example, you might find it as an option when in full manual. Since bulb is a mode where you choose the exposure time, a time where the camera cannot know, then it's likely to be among the shutter speed options when the camera is in manual. Put the camera in manual mode and cycle through the shutter speeds. You'll likely find it once you click past 30 seconds.
Read your manual.
- Steve PLv 73 weeks ago
There may not be a B mode if you can't find the info in the owner's manual. Try putting the camera in the S shutter priority mode and keep going down on the shutter speed and you MAY find the B mode there.
- spacemissingLv 74 weeks ago
Read The Owner's Manual.
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- keerokLv 74 weeks ago
On my G2, shutter speed B is in M mode.
- AndrewLv 74 weeks ago
That's what your manual's for - I'd try adjusting the shutter speed downwards ( in manual Mode) until you reach it, but there may be another way.