#3. "RE: Anyone experience this behavior with their D7K?" In response to In response to 0
Mine seems to be more aggressive at exposing primary subjects a bit brighter than my D200 did. Never at the expense of clipping the subject, but a featureless sky or background window will be sacrificed more readily if the rest of the frame is in low light.
I need to validate I have matrix metering set vs. center/spot on those shots, but believe I do. Will watch more closely for these situations and the camera's response.