T90 : How to set long (bulb) exposures.

Article ID: ART121717 | Date published: 05/12/2015 | Date last updated: 08/17/2015


T90 : How to set long (bulb) exposures


It is possible to make an exposure longer than 30 seconds when doing such types of photography as astro or night photography.

  1. While pressing the shooting mode selector, turn the electronic input dial until "bulb" appears on the display panel.
  2. Manually set an aperture
  3. The shutter will remain open as long as you press the shutter button
  • Bulb operation time is displayed on the display panel by a series of 3 bars and the numbers 1-30. Each bar mark (---) indicates 30 seconds. Exposure time up to 120 seconds is possible (3 bars plus 30).
  • It is possible to control the exposure time within a range of 23 hours 59 minutes 59 seconds by using the Command Back 90 (optionally available)



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