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"RE: D7100 histogram"

four eighty sparky Registered since 08th Apr 2011
Wed 03-Apr-13 11:50 PM

>Not quite sure what you mean. As mentioned, if I adjust the
>EV my shots are then over- or under-exposed. The only thing
>that is not what I am used to (from a D300 and a D7000) is the
>positioning of the histogram.
>
>Would be grateful if you could take the time to explain in
>more detail so that a non-techie like myself will understand.
>
>MTIAs


If the histrogram shows you're over- or under-exposing images consistently, then you adjust the EV to compensate.

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