In-camera processing of long-exposure RAW data

Started Jan 21, 2010 | Discussions thread
bob elkind Veteran Member • Posts: 5,815
gettig worked up... or not.

cluna wrote:

Guys/gals, this is only on LONG exposures.... Don't get worked-up over something that the majority ppl never take advantage of.

There is good reason for the excitement...

  1. this 'feature' has been hidden since... forever. definite shock/surprise factor.

  2. yes, this only applies for LONG exposures. on the other hand, in many or most situations when exposures are deliberately long, this 'feature' is most obtrusive and undesired.

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