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What is auto exposure?

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Well.. Exposure is how long the camera takes to take a picture.
A long exposure time gets a better and higher quality image when the camera is still.
A short exposure is when the camera may move or something in the picture may move. So to keep it from blurring the camera captures an image for a fraction of a second.
Auto exposure does this automatically analysing whats happening in the picture to create the best of both worlds basically.
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