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Backlight causes underexposure

TSPark


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TSPark Basic Member
Mon 25-Dec-00 05:51 PM

Hello again,
I had a subject that was standing in front of a window. I wanted to test the matrix metering and took the picture without compensation in program mode. The subject came out underexposed. I took another with flash fill that came out fine. Is this normal or is this a metering problem? I was wondering if the technology in the N80 could be fooled like that.

Thanks, Tom.

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