Ex­po­sure con­trol:

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As with any mir­ror­less cam­era, the ex­po­sure me­ter­ing is sen­sor­based and em­ploys 384 zones for eval­u­a­tive, se­lec­tive area, spot or cen­tre-weighted av­er­age mea­sure­ments. These drive a stan­dard set of ‘PASM’ ex­po­sure con­trol modes with an AE lock, up to +/-3.0 EV ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion and auto brack­et­ing. Me­ter­ing range is EV -3.0 to 20 at ISO 100. Ex­po­sure ad­just­ment in­cre­ments ad­justable to one-half or one-third stops. ‘Scene In­tel­li­gent Auto’ mode au­to­mat­i­cally sets a sub­ject pro­gram based on anal­y­sis of the AF, AE and white balance mea­sure­ments. Canon’s E-TTL II auto flash me­ter­ing is main­tained, but the EOS R body only has a hot­shoe for flash sync.

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