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exposing to the right
« Reply #60 on: January 01, 2009, 12:10:47 PM »

Quote from: Panopeeper
Have you verified your Uni-WB? Rawnalyze from version 2.9.9.3 displays the WB coefficients on the histogram panel. They should not be farther apart than 5%.
Shot WB coeffs RGGB: (1.0000, 1.0000, 1.0000, 1.0039). The WB setting file was courtesy of Iliah Borg.


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Are you aware of the fact, that the baseline exposure for the D300 is MINUS 0.5 EV @ ISO 100? Accordingly, your adjustment should be +0.5 EV.
Yes, the baseline exposures for the LO/HI ISO settings are different. Before I found out about this baseline exposure stuff I shot at LOW -.33 (ISO 160) because the shadows seemed a bit cleaner, but that's because a smaller baseline exposure is used for that setting was lower. Nowadays I just shoot at ISO 200.
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