D200 vs D70 Dynamic Range graph

Started Jan 30, 2006 | Discussions thread
RudivanS Veteran Member • Posts: 4,466
Re: D200 vs D70 Dynamic Range graph

davexl wrote:

Here is my dynamic range test of the D200.

It turns out the D200 has pretty much the same total dynamic range
as the D70, but has a very much lighter midtone and shadow curve -
making more use of shadow detail. The midtone on the D200 is almost
exactly mid-grey. This shows why the +0.3 EV custom curves often
used with the D100/D70 are not needed with the D200.

This is also why you have to learn to expose differently with the
D200 - it does shoot lighter.

Daylight (sunlight), 50mm lens focus infinity WB Pre - Aperture
priority mode.

Forgive my charting skills - my D70 data was done a few years ago
in 1/2 stops and my D200 was done in 1/3 stops - here are the
originals:
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Regards,

David F.
Melbourne, Australia.
http://www.pbase.com/davexl/folio

G'day Dave, would really like to see a similar comparison between the D2x and D200.
D2x's don't grow on trees I guess.
Cheers,
Rudi in Sydney

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