Does the Exposure compensation setting control aperture or post-brighten the image?

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Does the Exposure compensation setting control aperture or post-brighten the image?
Aug 5, 2014

Friends,

Ive been fine tuning my exposure preferences and find that the D300s only allows one step increments in the aperture selection (1.8,2.8,4,5.6...), but not half or a third step increments (3.3, 4.8, 6.7). This is different from manual aperture inputs, where I could, for example, leave the aperture ring a half stop between clicks or something.

I know I can use the EV compensation button to control the exposure- but is that brightening the image as a raw- or mechanically controlling the aperture?

Maybe Im just a foolish old man who should stick with my Nikkormat!

Peace,

Michael

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