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The image transmitted by the lens is recorded by the:

lens elements
aperture
shutter
Film
Film
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The length of time that light strikes a light-sensitive surface when making an exposure is controlled by the:

aperture
shutter
viewfinder
lens elements
Shutter
pg. 4
The term "ISO speed" is used to describe

the length of time the light strikes the light sensitive surface inside your camera
the aperture
a sensor's or film's sensitivity to light
the memory card's capacity
a sensor's or film's sensitivity to light
pg. 4
It is best to turn a digital camera off when

adjusting the shutter speed
changing the aperture
setting the ISO
removing or installing a memory card.
pg. 5
If you are working with an automatic camera, and you set the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed, you are working in which mode?

manual
programmed automatic exposure
shutter-priority
aperture-priority
Aperture Priority
pg. 7
When working with a manual camera, you will know the roll of film is completely exposed when:

the film rewinds automatically
the LCD panel reads "0"
the advance lever will not turn
the needle centers between + and -
the advance lever will not turn.
pg. 8
The ________ in a digital camera stores electronic images until they can be printed or transferred to a computer.

sensor
aperture
memory card
viewfinder
Memory Card.
pg. 4
The ________ determines how much light will pass through the lens.

aperture
shutter speed
DX code
ISO
Aperture
pg. 6
The ________ determines the length of time that light will strike the film during an exposure.

aperture
shutter speed
DX code
film speed
Shutter speed
pg. 6
Some cameras have a ________ which displays the shutter speed and aperture settings.

DX code
LCD data panel
needle centering display
focusing bracket
LCD Data Panel
pg. 7
In ________automatic exposure, you set the aperture and the camera sets the shutter speed.

Shutter-priority
Aperture-priority
programmed
needle centering
Aperture-priority
pg. 7
T or F: The higher the number of a film's ISO, the more sensitive it is to light.
True
pg. 4
T or F: When using a manual operation 35mm SLR camera, the film rewind knob should rotate when advancing the film.
True
pg. 5
T or F: A digital camera allows you to select an ISO from a range of possible ISO settings when taking photographs.
True
pg. 6
T or F: When using an automatic focus setting, the shutter button should be depressed all the way to focus the camera.
False
pg. 6
T or F: The amount of light in a scene will determine the exposure.
True
pg. 6
T or F: When using shutter-priority automatic exposure, the photographer sets the aperture and the camera will automatically set the shutter speed.
False
pg. 7
T or F: When working with a manual exposure camera, the camera will set either the shutter speed or aperture, or both, for you.
False
pg. 7
T or F: It is best to use a shutter speed of 1/30 sec., if the camera is not on a tripod, to prevent blur.
False
pg. 7
T or F: More light is allowed through the lens when the aperture is set on a small f-stop number than a large f-stop number. (For example, f/8 allows more light to pass through the lens than f/11.)
True
pg. 7
T or F: It is a good idea to use a tripod when working in dim lighting situations or with long exposures.
True
pg. 8
T or F: It is advisable to turn off a digital camera when installing or removing a memory card.
True
pg. 5
T or F: Digital memory cards are completely interchangeable. You may use any brand, capacity, and speed of memory card for your digital camera.
False
pg. 4
One factor that affects exposure is the brightness of the subject.
True
pg. 6
T or F: Using props or an environmental setting can help show what a person does or tell more about them.
True
pg. 10
T or F: It is best to use a slow shutter speed when working with a telephoto lens.
False
pg. 10
T or F: Longer-focal-length lenses require less critical focusing than do shorter lenses.
False
pg. 11
T or F: If you would like to make prints, you should buy reversal film rather than negative film.
False
pg. 4
T or F: To check your f-stop and shutter speed settings, you must look at your lens elements.
False
pg. 7
All of the following are factors which control exposure except:

aperture size
shutter speed
focus
film speed
focus
pg. 6
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