Ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion

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to over­ride the stan­dard ex­po­sure set by the cam­era me­ter, and make an im­age brighter or darker, use ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion. You can only use this in Pro­gram, Aper­ture Pri­or­ity or Shut­ter Pri­or­ity – it doesn’t work in Man­ual or any of the fully au­to­matic modes. The scale you can see in the viewfinder, shoot­ing menu and Quick Con­trol screen only shows from -2/-3 to +2/+3 ex­po­sure com­pen­sa­tion, but you can dial in up to 5-stops each way if you use the Expo.comp./aeb screen. In fact, if you ac­ti­vate the cam­era’s Auto Ex­po­sure Brack­et­ing (AEB) func­tion as well, you can set up to 8-stops of com­pen­sa­tion.

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