Definition: Shutter-priority automatic exposure control: semi-automatic exposure control in which user chooses a shutter time and the camera system adjusts lens aperture setting or f/number to give the correct exposure (for given film speed setting) according to scene luminance or the metering system's interpretation of the luminance distribution.

Related Terms: evaluative metering

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