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Auto einstellung und Belichtungsrad


Ulla
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Hallo, bin ein neuling mit meiner xs10 bzw. Einer Systemkamera. War der Meinung, wenn die Einstellung auf AUTO steht, stellt die Kamera alles von alleine ein. Jetzt habe ich gemerkt, dass das Beleuchtungsrad die Helligkeit der Bilder verändert (Wurde Benutzer verstellt). Habe ich da einen Fehler in den Grundeinstellungen, odet ist das einfach so. Besten Dank für eure Unterstützung 

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