Digital cameras offer a range of different shooting modes, usually on a main mode dial on the top of the camera. These may be referred to as exposure modes, since they are mainly to do with the camera’s exposure settings. Just about all cameras offer a point and shoot Auto mode, often marked in green […]
A set of four exposure modes that distinguishes a serious camera from simple point and shoot models. It stands for Program AE, Aperture-priority, Shutter-priority and Manual modes. You’ll find these on many better compact cameras and all DSLRs and mirrorless cameras.