Refers to a camera’s exposure meter mode in which reflected light in the center of the view frame is measured so that it has more influence on the exposure reading than light at the edges, generally 60 to 80% more. Some cameras permit the photographer to adjust the size of the central area so that more or less light at the center is measured.Photo Tips
A fill-flash technique that uses the camera’s center-weighted meter for ambient light exposure measurement, and uses center-weighted flash metering.
Meter sensitivity is biased toward the center of the viewfinder. Recommended when the subject is in the center of the picture.
A camera exposure metering mode averaging exposure for entire picture area, but with greater emphasis on center, as shown in viewfinder.