That’s what I’m enjoying about having the control ring option. All this stuff can be done a lot of different ways on cameras. Everyone can configure what works for them.Exposure compensation can be easily done in both DSLRs and mirrorless by configuring the set button accordingly so It can change when we press set and turn the wheel at the same time. Very flexible and control ring and camera model independent.
The thing I like about exposure comp is that depending on the shooting mode and whether or not I’m in auto iso, it can effectively control shutter speed, aperture or iso. I can do that with the lens while actively focusing with Af-On and ready to shoot at any time. I simply watch the histogram in the EVF if conditions are changing.
I’ve adapted to using it when I found it changes whatever parameter I want to get the exposure I want.Ok not trolling, just something I've been wondering.
When and why do you use exposure compensation? Why not just set the exposure to what you want?
I've never really used it so not sure what it is there for....
In Av at a fixed iso, it’s a shutter speed control.
In Tv at a fixed iso it’s and aperture control.
In manual with auto iso, it’s effectively an iso control.
One ring to rule them all. I just turn until the histogram is where I want it.