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    Default Exposure Compensation

    the exp compensation ... how does it work?

    how much is equal to one stop, etc +0.3 and then +0.6 then etc... wad then is one stop?

    then how does it work?

    by increasing and changing the ap size and shutter speed or how?


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    Jan 2005

    Default Re: Exposure Compensation

    Quote Originally Posted by mazeppa26
    the exp compensation ... how does it work?
    "Exposure compensation" changes the way the reading from a light meter is interpreted in "automatic exposure" modes. One "stop" corresponds to doubling/halving the exposure. You use it to tell the camera your intentions, as the camera cannot know whether the detail you're metering is supposed to come ought bright (e.g. snow or sand in the sun) or dark (e.g. black cat).


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