Circuitry that monitors light levels and adjusts a camcorders aperture and shutter accordingly, compensating for changing light conditions.
A system that automatically adjusts settings on the camcorder to ensure the picture is neither too bright nor too dark. Iris, gain and shutter speed settings may be adjusted to make this possible.
An operation in which a camera automatically adjusts it's shutter speed, and aperture to provide for proper exposure.
(AE) The camera automatically adjusts the aperture or shutter speed or both for the proper exposure.
A camera feature that instantly adjusts your exposure settings based on available light sources. Most digital cameras have this feature.
The mode of operation in a camera that automatically adjusts, shutter speed, aperture, or both, for proper exposure.
Also known as "Autoexposure," this is a system in an autoexposure camera that meters the light and automatically adjusts the aperture and shutter speed settings for proper exposure of the film.
Camcorder circuitry that monitors light levels and adjusts camcorder iris and/or shutter speed accordingly, compensating for changing light conditions.
A mode of camera operation in which the camera automatically adjusts the aperture, shutter speed, or both for proper exposure.
A camera feature that automatically sets the aperture width and shutter speed to best match lighting conditions. (See also APERTURE/SHUTTER PRIORITY)