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ISO 2721

Photography - Film-based cameras - Automatic controls of exposure

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 March 2013
Status: active
Page Count: 18
ICS Code (Photographic equipment. Projectors): 37.040.10
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This International Standard specifies the exposure at the focal plane of film-based cameras for values of two exposure parameters, i.e. field luminance and film speed, and also describes methods of evaluating other photometric characteristics, such as the acceptance angles of the photoelectric system.

This International Standard applies to automatic exposure control systems which are built into film based cameras or coupled with them to regulate the exposure in the focal plane as a function of the several exposure parameters. The mechanism can control either the focal-plane illuminance or the exposure-time interval or both. Pointer (or needle) matching systems are included in this International Standard even though they are not fully automatic. This standard is not applicable to digital cameras.

Document History

ISO 2721
March 1, 2013
Photography - Film-based cameras - Automatic controls of exposure
This International Standard specifies the exposure at the focal plane of film-based cameras for values of two exposure parameters, i.e. field luminance and film speed, and also describes methods of...
January 1, 1982
Photography - Cameras - Automatic Controls of Exposure First Edition; (ANSI PH3.301-1990)
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