How does Fuji do it? (exposure/colors)

Started Oct 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Ross Murphy Senior Member • Posts: 1,950
Re: How does Fuji do it? (exposure/colors)
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viking79 wrote:

Mirrorless cameras can meter much better than SLR cameras. They meter with the entire sensor, DSLR cameras need separate metering sensors which have blind spots. They use quite a few zones, but still not anywhere near what using the sensor can do.

Eric

Sorry, but that is nonsense, my 5D3 meter's better across the frame than my x100s, Fuji has developed excellent algorithms for their color metering is all, my 5D3 in live view blows my x100s away at overall metering. I wish Canikon would work this issue and get better color metering. Dont get me wrong I love my Fuji but I wish it metered as good as my Canon.

Ross

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