Question about Panasonic Lumix G Vario 100-300mm F4-5.6 OIS

Started Mar 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
Martin.au
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Re: The D5200 EXIFs from I-R are BS…so what is Nex-7 as well?
In reply to LTZ470, Mar 29, 2013

LTZ470 wrote:

Mjankor wrote:

LTZ470 wrote:

Mjankor wrote:

Hey, looks like some idiot has already taken back to back shots with the nex7 and OM-D.

dpreview.com/forums/thread/3346690?page=8

The Nex7 has 1/3 of a stop less exposure (for its ISO) and looks about 1/3 of a stop darker.

So, It looks like LTZ470 is wrong, as demonstrated in the test photos by LTZ470.

Lol..metering was different…one was Center and one was Pattern…idiot?…lol…you mean not as dumb as you look?

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Metering doesn't matter in this discussion. All that matters is that for a certain exposure, the cameras return an equally bright image. Clearly they do.

I am not going to even try and reflect on this…obviously you need help with understanding Metering vs Shutter Speeds…and Metering Dark Objects vs Light Objects...

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It's not very complex. Metering works on both cameras. That's not interesting.

Regardless of the metering system, that won't change the basic equation of exposure + ISO setting = final image brightness. An photo of a scene set using the meter will be the same as a photo set with the same camera settings manually.

You're claiming that the OM-D requires more exposure when set at the same ISO as other cameras. Metering doesn't come into it.

Metering may explain why there's a slight difference in brightness between the two images you posted, but that's completely irrelevant.

Your images show that the OM-D gives you almost exactly the same image brightness for a given exposure and ISO rating as your Nex 7.

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