Fuji X10 HDR & Fast photo

Started Nov 18, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: Fuji X10 HDR & Fast photo
In reply to Trevor G, Nov 19, 2013

Trevor G wrote:

cantanima wrote:

Aside from what Trevor wrote, the X10 has an Aperture bracketing mode that can be used. I used to use it on an HS25, but the X10 seems to retain dynamic range much better, due perhaps to the sensor's size more than anything else. You can shoot three shots at DR 100 with +/-1. I suspect (though I haven't tried it) that if you switch to M size you can shoot "three" shots at DR 200 or DR 400 with +/-1, but this combination actually gives you six shots, which you can extract using dcraw, and should give you more to work with.

There's no need to bracket if you shoot RAW+.

Yes, there is. It's basic mathematics: once a photosite's capacity is full, no amount of postprocessing a raw file will give you that data back. Bracketing allows one to obtain more information.

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