Exposure value. Methodof quantifying scene brightness. Most of these value apply to metering cells, howhigh or low eg. a metering that can handles from EV1-EV21 means a metering systemthat can measure brightness level from just above the light level of a candle lightto a brightly sunlight scene on a beach. Camera metering can handle more weakly ona spot meter than, say, a center weighted average metering system. EV is commonlyused in black & White photographic process. AtISO 100, the combination of a one-second shutter speed and an aperture of F1.4 isdefined as EV1. The camera may be used only within the EV range of the exposure meter.For example, the exposure metering range s from EV0 to EV20 can be used on a camera,means the camera s meter can handle broader range of exposure latitude.mirglossary
Exposure Value is a number that represents the various different combinations of aperture and shutter speed that can create the same exposure effect.
Exposure Value. The ability to override the auto exposure system to under or over expose the image.
Abbreviation for Exposure Value (see below).
Exposure Value. A number that represents available combinations of shutter speed and aperture offering the same exposure effect when scene brightness remains the same.
Exposure Value; A number that represents available combinations of shutter speed and aperture offering the same exposure effect when scene brightness remains the same. Each EV number can be applied to various shutter speed and aperture combinations.