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A preset arrangement of aperture and shutter speed that is programmed into the exposure system of a camera to respond to a certain level of brightness when the camera is loaded with a certain speed of film. Custom program modes include Program Wide ( also referred to as Program Depth) chooses a higher aperture at the expense of shutter speed in the exposure equation Program Tele (or Action) chooses a higher shutter speed at the expense of aperture. Program Normal, or simply Program, is totally camera-controlled and makes all the decisions about aperture and shutter speed settings.

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program back

A camera mode that automatically determines aperture and shutter speed for proper exposure.
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program back

An exposure mode on an automatic or autofocus camera that automaticallysets both the aperture and the shutter speed for proper exposure.
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program back

In programmed auto exposure mode, this function enables you to temporarily change an automatically set shutter speed/aperture combination while maintaining the correct exposure.
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program back

A removable back for the film chamber that adds additional camera controls such as autobracketing and time lapse.
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program back

An exposuremode on an automatic or autofocus camera that automatically sets both the aperture and the shutter speed for proper exposure.
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