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Also, you may have the high speed shutter feature, or even some form of program auto-exposure.
A common example of problems with auto-exposure is where you have a dark foreground subject, say a building, which has bright sky in the background.
Auto-exposure cameras tend to average out the light, and that leaves the actors overexposed.
Light can leak into the lens, causing flare and interfering with auto-exposure.
The programmed auto-exposure is designed to compensate for backlight and other tricky lighting situations.
Its auto-focus and auto-exposure systems were lifted virtually intact from already existing "amateur" models like the N8008.
He explained that he had taken the pictures with a 200-speed film while pointing his auto-exposure, single-lens-reflex camera out the window of a tour bus.
Auto-exposure controls work by taking an average reading of the brightness of the subject and setting the exposure to suit this average.
For those desiring more control, the AE-1's shutter priority auto-exposure and full manual modes are still available.
The only auto-exposure mode supported was aperture priority AE.
For instance, if a photographer sets a pattern of underexposing pictures, the camera remembers and will automatically underexpose what the auto-exposure reads.
Program AE (Auto-Exposure) mode puts exposure control completely in the hands of the camera.
In the earlier variant, the Auto-Exposure indicator was a green "o", as it was on the chrome nose lenses.
The use of high-speed shutter technology has been extended by the introduction of 'program auto-exposure (AE)' systems on some camcorders.
For 'Sport' AE, a high shutter speed is set automatically and the auto-exposure then opens up the lens iris to suit.
The 630 also features Canon's unique depth-of-field auto-exposure mode, and adds a predictive auto-focusing capability in servo mode.
A second signal pin for the "auto" setting of the aperture dial, plus a linkage to allow the camera to set the diaphragm opening, enabled integral auto-exposure.
Advanced auto-exposure systems with multi-area metering and programs that vary with the focal length in use work perfectly in most picture-taking situations most of the time.
Ten frames per second in continuous FX mode (eleven frames per second with auto-exposure and auto-focus disabled)
First Nikon SLR with programmed auto-exposure (AE).
The unit had a guide number of 14 (at ISO 100 in meters) and featured auto-exposure with the camera's light meter as well as supporting fill flash.
Except for its autofocus capability, the T80 was very similar to the earlier T70, with four programmed scene modes in addition to regular Program auto-exposure (AE).
The Konica Auto-Reflex P is basically a stripped-down Auto-Reflex without light meter and therefore without auto-exposure.
The N4004 accepts virtually all Nikon lenses, but it only can strut its auto-focus and auto-exposure stuff with AF Nikkor lenses.
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