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On my trip to New Zealand, my camera malfuntioned!

I usually shoot all my pictures on "A", which stands for Aperture. I like to control my lens opening for depth of field as well as sharpness. I don't have the best lenses so I try to stop down at least one stop if not two.

1/3 of the way through my trip, my camera would not work on "A"! So, I switched to AUTO to see if that worked. It did! So, for the rest of my trip I shot everything on AUTO.

After looking at all my pictures, I've come to the conclusion that AUTO was not really an inconvenience after all!

Proves that not all is lost when a problem occurres.

Mount Cook reflection

Punakaiki coastline at sunset, NZ

Sand pattern from brook

Stormy skies over sheep country

Ocean foam

Country road

Storm trees

Punakaiki coastline at sunset, NZ

Photo credits: Christian Delbert.

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April 07, 2017

Babar760

Just a malfunction of a control wheel that only let me shoot in AUTO. Now fixed for $ 200.

March 31, 2017

Unteroffizier

What happened to your camera, why can't it work on Aperture Priority but works in Auto?

March 31, 2017

Ivanoel

Amazing photos!

March 29, 2017

Ppeterson6030

Your photos are wonderful! You have a good eye and you were in some beautiful locations!

March 29, 2017

FabioConcetta

Amazing pictures!!!

March 28, 2017

Egomezta

Your images are great... You can't tell they were taken in AUTO mode.

March 28, 2017

Teyakp

Wonderful photos!

March 28, 2017

Osmar01

Compliments! The photos are beautiful! There are situation where AUTO is a comfort. Good adventure.

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