A question on touch screen implementation on advanced compacts
Forgive me if this is a "newbie" question.
I recently owned a Panasonic ZS100 which was returned due to a defect and then a Canon G7X MKII whic I sold because I did not like it.
My question is do any of the touch screen cameras employ the same type of "selective exposure" that you see on phones? I am not sure if I am using the correct terminology here so forgive me but basically for example on a i-phone you can touch the lighter or darker area framed and the exposure is adjusted accordingly. Or is that a patented, exclusive feature? Or was it on either of the cameras I owned but I was not aware of it?
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