What Is Auto Light Control?
Auto light control is an automated function of a digital camera that controls the aperture/shutter speed depending upon external lighting conditions. The camera detects the amount of light in the frame and automatically locks the camera’s settings to get proper exposure. Correct exposure for an image is absolutely important. You will end up losing details if the photo is overexposed due to bright spots on the image. If the photo is underexposed you will end up with a dark photo where it becomes difficult to see the details. With most digital cameras one does not have to worry about the exposure when using auto mode. With most digital cameras one does not have to worry about the exposure when using auto mode. Auto light control also lets you control some functions like aperture priority, shutter priority, and control mode.