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

Started Mar 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
Anders W
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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 30, 2013

LTZ470 wrote:

I didn't say anything about opinion or facts…lol…thats your control kicking into overtime...

I said "my" findings…you are welcome to "your" findings as well...

Metering is always relevant for me…thats a fact…

Judging by your exchange with Mjankor, it seems that metering is indeed always relevant for you, which means your logic is in error.

If the E-M5 and the NEX 7 are shot side by side, as they were by you in the post Mjankor pointed to here

http://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/51178592

with exposure and ISO settings such that the difference in image brightness should be no bigger than 1/3 EV, and the actual image difference in image brigthness matches that expectation, then those who are able to reason logically can draw the conclusion that the two cameras follow the SOS ISO standard with respect to image brightness to the same extent. No information on metering is required to draw that conclusion.

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