AUTO BRACKETING CONTROL. A feature of some mid- and high-end single-lens-reflex camera that automatically produces three of more different exposures with one press of the shutter release. Typically, one exposure is made at the metered exposure setting, the others at user-specified intervals above and below the meter reading.
Automatic Bending Control. A level-0 system that takes care of very fast control loops concerning bending of rolls.
automatic blade control
Automatic Body Control
Automatic Brightness Control. An electronic feature which automatically reduces voltages to the microchannel plate to keep the image intensifierâ€(tm)s brightness within optimal limits, and protects the tube. The effect of this can be seen when rapidly changing from low-light to high-light conditions; the image gets brighter and then, after a momentary delay, suddenly dims to a constant level.