Dynamic Range of the D7000

Started Mar 7, 2012 | Discussions thread
sshoihet
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Re: Dynamic Range of the D7000
In reply to _sem_, Mar 7, 2012

The obvious solution is to stop showing your pictures to your wife until they're finished

It might offere some benefits to have such a thing available in-camera but most of those featues lack the flexibility to make them really practicall.

sem wrote:

sshoihet wrote:

If you meter the shadow area you can probably figure that you'll be able to pull an extra ~3 stops out of it. You'll get more noise in the shadows but it's still better than blowing out the highlights. There's no shame in bracketing when you're not sure

Well certainly this works. But my wife keeps complaining all my pictures look dark, no matter how many times I explain why I'm doing this. If I'm able to approximately fix a NEF by dragging the fill-light slider in the raw converter in five seconds I hope I can imagine the D7000 successor will do this on the fly for me

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