Mechanical Exposure Control
Electronic Exposure Control
Electronic Timing Circuits
Lens Shutter Exposure Control
Programmed Lens Shutters
Troubleshooting Analog Shutter Circuits
Digital Lens Shutter Control
Stepping Motor Control
Troubleshooting Digital P/S Circuits
Other Shutter Drivers
SLR Exposure Control
Analog Exposure Control
Electronic Memory Switches
Troubleshooting SLR Memories
Electronic Aperture Control
Interface and Feedback for Aperture
Aperture Control Interfaces
Troubleshooting Automatic Apertures
Aperture Troubleshooting Table
SLR Electronic Shutter Control
Types of Focal Plane Shutters
Troubleshooting Focal Plane Shutters
Exposure Control for Digital Cameras
Digital P/S Exposure Control
Digital Exposure Control
CCD Image Sensors
CMOS Image Sensors
Digital SLR Exposure adjusted by Software
AE Sensor Output Adjustment
AE Basic Adjustment
AE Shift Adjustment
: This lesson concentrates your attention on the cameras exposure control systems and requires you to be able to apply the knowledge you gain to the labs in other lessons. You will get a background in shutters and diaphragms. You will learn how they work, what goes wrong, why it goes wrong and how to troubleshoot and repair them. This is also about feedback. How does the camera know the position of the shutter and diaphragm, what is the logic? You also learn about error codes, those distress signals the computer sends out when things go wrong.
When you complete this lesson, you should be able to understand how exposure control works, how to troubleshoot these systems and be able to apply the information when repairing cameras.
Hands On Lab
Camera Modules, exposure systems
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Typical Time Required
: 10 hours
Updated May 2009