Dynamic range of a camera

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mostlyboringphotog Veteran Member • Posts: 9,542
Re: Dynamic range of a camera
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QuietOC wrote:

Photons to Photos is a good reference with user-supplied data for many cameras.

It possible to expand image dynamic range by combining shots. Cell phones are using that method. Single shot base ISO dynamic range is becoming less meaningful. That said I am not very interested in those older Canon cameras that had limited low ISO dynamic range because of their hardware design. - bold added

I think that is because the ADC is located off the sensor on canon cameras (higher read noise floor) but canon has 45% of the market share; so many photographers must like something other than the base ISO DR

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