EX­PO­SURE ME­TER­ING IN LIVE VIEW

The op­tions ap­pear to be the same, but you may dis­cover some sub­tle dif­fer­ences in the re­sults

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MA­TRIX ME­TER­ING

The stan­dard me­ter­ing sen­sor does not cover the frame’s full area, but live view does, so you may see ex­po­sure vari­a­tions.

CEN­TRE-WEIGHTED

Dif­fer­ences in cov­er­age mean that you may see slight ex­po­sure vari­a­tions be­tween viewfinder and Live View ex­po­sures.

SPOT ME­TER­ING

In Live View mode, you can move the AF point, and hence the spot me­ter­ing area, right up to the edges of the frame.

VIEWFINDER ME­TER­ING

With viewfinder pho­tog­ra­phy you’re us­ing the stan­dard 3D Color Ma­trix sen­sor.

LIVE VIEW ME­TER­ING

In Live View, the stan­dard me­ter­ing sen­sor is no longer used. In­stead, the cam­era mea­sures the ex­po­sure us­ing the imag­ing sen­sor it­self.

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