Flash compensation

Flash compensation is an feature found on some digital cameras that allows the user to increase or decrease the flash power. This is done by manually changing a camera setting.

Flash compensation differs from exposure compensation in that it only changes the flash output and not exposure, aperture or shutter speed.

Flash compensation should be used when the automatic flash causes underexposure (too dark) or overexposure (too washed out) of a subject.

+1 Flash compensation

+2/3 Flash compensation

+2 Flash compensation

+1/3 Flash compensation

+3 Flash compensation

-1/3 Flash compensation

+4 Flash compensation

-2/3 Flash compensation

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