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What does AWT stand for?

AWT stands for Auto Tracing White (balance mode, digital photography)

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Key features include: -- Sony Super HAD CCD technology, which provides high resolution and sensitivity, allowing the camera to reproduce clear, identifiable pictures even in low light conditions; -- Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology, which offers a high level of stability and reliability that analog signal processing cannot achieve; and -- Lighting features that include Backlight Compensation (BLC), Aperture Control, Auto Tracing White Balance (ATW) and Turbo AGC for an additional 6dB of gain.
These video cameras feature an automatic or manual switch between color and monochrome modes, deliver more than 470 TV lines of horizontal resolution, and employ an Auto Tracing White balance (ATW) feature that adjusts the white balance automatically in response to lighting conditions.