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  1. Kaitlyn

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    It seems with AEB I can select 3 or 5, but not the difference in exposure. It seems to shoot 0, -1, and +1. Can I adjust the -1 and +1 to i.e. be -2/+2?
     
  2. RussOnTheRoad

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    AEB is set to .7 EV and is not adjustable. Page 60 in the manual.


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  3. Meta4

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    Not with the DJI Go app, but Litchi alows you to adjust the exposure difference for bracketing.
     
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  4. Kaitlyn

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    Hmm... that seems really annoying/silly. Using the RAW file you can easily pull out .7 EV stops + and -...

    Really shocked there is no way to unlock/change this further :(
     
  5. Meta4

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    It's unusual that DJI have ignored this just like the file numbering only goes to 999.
    But if it's important to you, it's easy to use the Litchi app and set whatever interval you want up to 3EV.
    You can even shoot brackets of 7.
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  6. BigAl07

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    So here is my question.... once you set the "Custom AEB" in Litchi does this setting remain for the flight (as in if I'm flying in manual mode as opposed to a Litchi mission? I mean can I set it in Litchi and just fly around with the settings or do I have to be actively using Litchi to retain the settings?

    Great question by the OP by the way. I shoot AEB for just about everything.