Exposure basics, lesson two point one (& ISO)

Started Mar 19, 2013 | Discussions thread
Anders W
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Re: It's about useful comparisons - not which is better
In reply to Martin.au, Mar 20, 2013

Don't forget, with error bars of 1/6th, the gap betwetwo the OM-D and the G3 could be anything from 0 to 2/3s of a stop. Given the results so far I'd be guessing it may be smaller than 1/3.

The DPR RAW comparison widget doesn't work at the moment. Otherwise I could check. But unless there is something fishy about the G3 shots, the difference in exposure between that camera and the E-M5 should be very close to zero at the same camera ISO setting. As I pointed out in earlier posts, I have already checked the E-M5 against three other cameras (GH2, D800, GH3) and in all cases found the exposure at the same camera ISO to be practically the same.

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