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May
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awarded  Critic
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comment When I change the EV compensation, how will that affect my aperture, shutter speed, or ISO?
I'm sorry to say that but despite being the accepted answer these calculations are still wrong. please check my answer for the correct calculatations and results
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revised When I change the EV compensation, how will that affect my aperture, shutter speed, or ISO?
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revised When I change the EV compensation, how will that affect my aperture, shutter speed, or ISO?
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comment When I change the EV compensation, how will that affect my aperture, shutter speed, or ISO?
@MichaelClark and mattdm: thx for your feedback. I tried to update and clarify that. Feel free to edit my post as well to improve it. My main intention was to give a correct formula and calculation for the question asked, which is still wrong in the other two answers and I cannot comment on them (due to missing rep).
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comment When I change the EV compensation, how will that affect my aperture, shutter speed, or ISO?
@mattdm I am not sure what your point is. A high EV means bright sunlight (thats why smaller apertures and shorter exposure times correspond to higher EV values), while a low or even negative EV describes a very dark scene (wide aperture and long exposure time). EV=0 is a very dark scene. By exposure compensation of +0.33 let more light in (t=1/32 is longer than t=1/40)
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answered When I change the EV compensation, how will that affect my aperture, shutter speed, or ISO?