Shutter Priority Mode

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Often abbreviated to S or Tv.

Shutter priority mode is a semi-auto mode on DSLR cameras that automatically adjusts both ISO and aperture settings to compensate exposure for the manually set shutter speed. Shutter Priority is most useful for capturing movement with the desired effect, such as capturing motion blur, or “freezing” the subject in the frame.

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