The canon manual for a 5DMKII says that with the power switch set to the very most up position, and in LV menu settings, be sure to have "Movie Display" selected you should be able to rotate the back dial to get either - or + exposure compensation.
I've tried those settings and several other combinations and can't get exposure compensation to work. With "P" mode selected I have exposure compensation but have no control over shutter speed.
The camera settings are:
• shooting in "M"
• 320 ISO
• 60 fps
• LV settings Movie Display
• Power switch all the way up
How do I get access to this feature (exposure compensation)?
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