Low Dynamic Range Is Better.

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Low Dynamic Range Is Better.
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I don’t know if DPAF is really to blame or Mirrorless or just the “Low ISO DR” designs, but Canon needs to do something to make their new sensors more like the old ones.

New High DR Sensors = Barf.

To be fair on the APS-C sensors they are getting some improvements at some ISO levels so maybe we’ve just barely got an overall improvement at entry level (though seemingly still at the cost of colour tones), but looking at the product stack overall things have definitely taken a turn for the worse.

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