i still have a lot of "odd" question though ><
1. the EV in handphone's camera is also to adjust the brightness of picture
is it change the aperture/shutter/ISO stuffs?
2. in M Mode, lets say adjusting EV from -5 to +5, the picture taken is the same
but use the flash, it is totally different. Since the setting and flash compensation
not changed, so what is the reason ?? u can try also
btw , i remember some website say that adding EV is forcely make the sensor to absort more light without changing the setting,
true or not?
On Nikon cameras, you can set Exposure Compensation on all the exposure modes, when you set Exposure Compensation on manual mode, the camera metering will bias towards what you set on +EV or -EV. if you did not follow what the camera metering recommendation on Manual Mode, +EV or -EV does nothing except metering.
When you using flash on TTL mode, the flash read the light thru the lens, so will response according to the camera meter, hence setting Exposure Compensation on camera body will alter how the flash expose the scene.
but "without changing the setting" you need to install more lights, or using more flash lights or make the sun brighter. or alter the camera..