The X-Factor of Fudging ISO

Started Jan 24, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: The X-Factor of Fudging ISO
In reply to John Motts, Feb 3, 2013

John Motts wrote:

nspur wrote:

Does it matter? It's only numbers.

I'm looking with great interest at moving on to the X series from Nikon. Low light results are very important to me in my work and I have looked at the samples at, for example, 6400 and been extremely impressed.

If these are not really 6400iso but are actually 3200, then it most certainly matters to me and would mean that the low light performance of the sensor is not as good as the samples would suggest.

So yes, it does matter.

Did you read the post above yours?

1/3 of a stop maximum deviation.

These results match mine: EP1 and Gray Card vs Sekonic 758 light meter.

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