Through-the-lens metering is most often associated with single-lens reflex (SLR) cameras. A light sensor can be incorporated into the pentaprism (or pentamirror) used to form an upright image of the view out of the lens. However, TTL metering systems have been incorporated into other types of cameras.
In TTL flash metering occurs after the shutter has been opened — the sensors record the amount of flash-created light returning to the camera through the lens and automatically shut off ("quench") the flash when an appropriate amount of light has been produced.
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