I do not own a D1/D100, nor do I plan to acquire one any time soon. However, just out of curiosity, how does one use the histogram to judge whether the image was exposed properly?
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#1. "RE: Use of histogram" | In response to Reply # 0glasseye Registered since 12th Jul 2002Tue 17-Sep-02 11:18 AM
The same way one would use it in PhotoShop,It gives a representation of how many light and dark pixels are in the picture.If the histogram shows mostly white or bright pixels then chances are it's overexposed and washed out, and vise versa with the dark pixels.It's nice to see something other than a 2" screen for exposure settings. Best Harry
#2. "RE: Use of histogram" | In response to Reply # 0