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What The Eyes Do Not See, The D3S Never Misses

blw

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"RE: What The Eyes Do Not See, The D3S Never Misses"

blw Moderator Awarded for his high level of expertise in various areas Nikonian since 18th Jun 2004
Tue 04-Sep-12 05:14 AM

A classic metering error. The meter is attempting to make everything average to 18% grey. If it's dark - I mean really dark, as in hours after the sun sets - you'll get an overexposure. That's what you got here. In these cases, one has to know that this is going to happen and dial in a stop to two and a third stops of underexposure, at least if you want it to look like what you see. You may not.

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