Do you use D-Range optimizer in general?

Started Oct 2, 2012 | Discussions thread
headofdestiny Veteran Member • Posts: 9,226
Re: Do you use D-Range optimizer in general?

DuncanDovovan wrote:

Turn it on when shooting jpg only. If you shoot raw, then turn it off, because it has no effect on raw, but it does show an effect on your display. Therefore you are tempted to change exposure, which will result in badly exposed raws.

This is a major point. If you shoot raw only, DRO will only skew your exposure results, despite not technically doing anything to the raw, so leave it off. It's been like this since the Sony A100.

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