A Camera Objective Has An Aperture Diameter d. If The Aperture Is Reduced To Diameter d/2, The Exposure Time Under Identical Conditions Of Light Should Be Made:   

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A camera objective has an aperture diameter d. If the aperture is reduced to diameter d/2, the exposure time under identical conditions of light should be made:   


Correct option is

When the aperture is reduced to (d/2), the intensity entering the camera becomes one-fourth. So, the exposure time should be 4 times, i.e., 4 fold.



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