Best auto-exposure system is not necessarily from the most expensive camera.

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canonbcguy Regular Member • Posts: 243
Best auto-exposure system is not necessarily from the most expensive camera.

I found this mildly interesting:  when processing some vacation pics, that of 3 cameras that I took with me, the one that needed fewest adjustments in LR when it came to exposure, contrast...was the cheapest camera!  Actually, most of the time, it needed NO adjustment.

Winner:  Olympus TG-850.

I had brought it along solely because it was waterproof.  I could (and did) dunk it underwater and did use it in the surf/sand/pool.  No issues with water.

But when it came to tinkering with the resultant images afterward, I rarely, if ever, needed to.

Having said this, most of the pics I took with it were in good light.  And when it was in tough conditions, it didn't do well.

The other 2:  Sony RX100 Mark III and Fuji X-T10

 canonbcguy's gear list:canonbcguy's gear list
Fujifilm FinePix X100 Sony RX100 III Nikon D7100 Canon PowerShot SD1400 IS Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX30V +32 more
Fujifilm X-T10 Olympus Stylus Tough TG-850 iHS
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