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New D100 User Observation/Question

Jaimie

Centreville, US
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Jaimie Registered since 04th Mar 2003
Tue 04-Mar-03 08:48 PM

Pardon me in advance if this is a silly question, anyway...

I'm new to the group, just signed on, and just received my new D100 this past weekend. Something intrigued me regarding the D100's metering and I decided to compare it to my F100. Using the same lens on both bodies and metering on identical subject, it appears the D100 is a couple of stops slower than the F100. Is it because the size of the CCD is smaller than 35mm film? Smaller surface, less light registering?

Thanks

Jaimie

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