OM-D needs more light, longer exposure times! (imaging-resource.com)

Started May 15, 2012 | Discussions thread
temama
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This is not the first time....
In reply to roblarosa, May 15, 2012

roblarosa wrote:

Sounds like you need to familiarize yourself with how ISO for digital cameras are determined. No one is "cheating" or misstating any thing.

Read this and try to understand it, or just continue to troll.

I don't trolling, I did just a observation - and I'm not the only one with this notice

BTW - This is not the first time that the camera manufacturers do tricks with ISO values and exposure methods.

Pentax did so with their K-7 model. This model was equipped with a relatively poor 14.6mp samsung sensor...Click here to read more:
http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1036&message=36860449

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1036&message=33527502

... are set to reduce the brightness so this overexposed raw data appears with the expected brightness in the produced JPEG, although there will be some extra tendency to clip bright tones in colour channels. If one were cynical, they might assume that this is to cause the camera's metering system to Expose To The Right (ETTR) as far as possible and a little bit extra to help mask the somewhat high deep shadow noise of the K-7 as compared to its major competitors...

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