What is EV Correction?

EV stands for exposure value, which is a number that represents a combination of a camera's shutter speed and f-number. In simpler terms, this setting allows you to adjust how Mevo handles light exposure.

To find EV correction, go to settings, then tap Advanced settings.

The first setting is EV correction followed by a slider set at 0.0. The range EV correction covers is -2.0 up to 2.0.

If you are in a darker venue or an area of lower light, you should consider dragging the slider to the right to let more light in.

If you are in a very bright location, you may want to drag the slider to the left to allow more light into the lens.