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You can adjust aperture and shutter speed only in the advanced exposure modes on your Canon EOS 70D. To see the current exposure settings, press the shutter button halfway. The following actions then take place: The exposure meter comes to life. If autofocus is enabled, the autofocus mechanism starts to do its thing. The aperture and shutter speed appear in the viewfinder, LCD panel, and the Shooting Settings display. In Live View mode, the settings appear at the bottom of the monitor, assuming that you're using a display mode that reveals shooting data. (Press the Info button to cycle through the Live View display modes.) In manual exposure (M) mode, the exposure meter lets you know whether the current settings will expose the image properly. In the other modes, the camera indicates an exposure problem by flashing the shutter speed or the f-stop value.

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