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d7500/LiveView/ExposureMeterScale


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Hello,

 

Using my d7500 in LiveView mode, I noticed that I didn't have the Exposure Meter (scale;  -,0,+) to properly adjust either SS, f's or ISO. I can see it via my eye view finder or the LCD screen on top, but nothing on the monitor in LiveView.

Is this option not available with this model d7500? or what procedure must I do to have it appear on the monitor?

 

Thank you for your help!

 

 



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Is your exposure preview set to on or off? The D7200 and D750 don't present the exposure meter scale unless the preview is on. I don't have a D7500, so I can't check if it still works the same way.

 

To turn it on, I just start LV,  press the i button and scroll down in the menu on the screen.



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Thank you very much Nikonian!!

Problem resolved!!

Much appreciated!!



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Is your exposure preview set to on or off? The D7200 and D750 don't present the exposure meter scale unless the preview is on. I don't have a D7500, so I can't check if it still works the same way.

 

To turn it on, I just start LV,  press the i button and scroll down in the menu on the screen.

Thanks for this. I just learned something new about my D7500.