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  • The A550 is supposed to be able to shoot a blazing 7 fps in a special mode that locks autofocus and autoexposure to the first frame.

    Sony announces three innovative SLRs

  • The A550 is supposed to be able to shoot a blazing 7 fps in a special mode that locks autofocus and autoexposure to the first frame.

    Sony announces three innovative SLRs

  • This image was taken on a sunny day with autoexposure.

    Getting the Light Right

  • Besides reducing flare and possible autoexposure problems, it would also have the benefit of reducing red eye.

    Ars Technica

  • Full manual control isn't necessary, but it would be nice if there was an exposure compensation control to tweak the autoexposure in tricky lighting.

    Ars Technica

  • The camera didn't get any improvements with the iPhone 3G, but gained another million pixels, autofocus, and a "tap-to-focus" system-which links the focus control and autoexposure system to a specific point in the image-with the iPhone 3GS.

    Ars Technica

  • Apple added tap-to-focus for video recording, and like still image capture, it will adjust focus and autoexposure for the subject in the area tapped.

    MyAppleMenu

  • Apple added tap-to-focus for video recording, and like still image capture, it will adjust focus and autoexposure for the subject in the area tapped.

    Ars Technica

  • The camera didn't get any improvements with the iPhone 3G, but gained another million pixels, autofocus, and a "tap-to-focus" system-which links the focus control and autoexposure system to a specific point in the image-with the iPhone 3GS.

    MyAppleMenu

  • Full manual control isn't necessary, but it would be nice if there was an exposure compensation control to tweak the autoexposure in tricky lighting.

    MyAppleMenu

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