Autoexposure

Some articles on autoexposure:

Nikon FA - Features
... but in that case, the AMP meter and the shutter priority and High Speed program autoexposure modes would not work as well as AI-S lenses allowed (this is due to their non-line ... priority, shutter priority and programmed autoexposure ... The FA was Nippon Kogaku's first SLR to have shutter priority autoexposure and first to have all four of the now standard PASM exposure modes ...
The Nikkormat EL-series - Nikkormat EL
... controlled, manual focus SLR with manual exposure control or aperture priority autoexposure, manufactured in Japan from 1972 to 1976 ... As Nippon Kogaku's first electronic autoexposure camera, the EL required a battery (one 6 V PX-28 or 4SR44 in the bottom of the mirror box) to power its electronically controlled metal-bladed, vertical ... Autoexposure systems that reduced it to one step were a fantastic boon when successfully introduced by the Konica AutoReflex (Autorex in Japan) in 1965 ...
History Of The Single-lens Reflex Camera - Chronology - 1970s
... in USA) first SLR with electronic aperture-priority (using stop-down TTL metering) autoexposure plus electronically controlled shutter ... It had calculator-style LEDs showing camera's aperture priority autoexposure set shutter speeds from 20 to 1/1000 second in 14 nonstandard steps ... Had non-pentaprism mirror reflex system and electronic autoexposure in flat-folding body with bellows and fixed 116mm f/8 lens ...
Pentax ME F - Design History
... it easy for SLRs to provide convenience features like electronically timed shutters, electronic autoexposure, electronic information displays (using LEDs or LCDs) and use electronic computer calculated. 35 mm SLR with electronic aperture priority autoexposure and the Pentax ME was the first electronic autoexposure-only 35 mm SLR ... built upon the M-series chassis, but offering the much more mainstream features of programmed autoexposure and TTL autoflash, in mid-1983 ...
History Of The Single-lens Reflex Camera - The 1970s – Improvements in Design, Light Metering and Automation - Programmed Autoexposure - Canon – The A-1
... was the 1978 release of the Canon A-1, the first SLR with a "programmed" autoexposure mode ... Programmed autoexposure, in many variations, became a standard camera feature by the mid 1980s ... of 35 mm SLRs, by brand, with a computer programmed autoexposure mode, before the rise of autofocus (see next section) 1978, Canon A-1 (plus AE-1 Program, 1981 and T50 ...