Aperture Priority Mode

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Often abbreviated to Av, AP, or A.

Aperture priority mode is a semi-automatic mode on DSLR cameras that automatically adjusts both ISO and shutter speed settings to compensate for the manually set aperture. Aperture Priority mode is most useful when the photographer wants specifically to control depth of field.

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