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Beautiful gate, and quite an interesting explanation 


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Armando

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The same scene, this time shot with a Nikon Z6. The Z6 image (edited from Jpeg, as are the X100 images above) has clearly more dynamic range. And the trees have leaves now!

 

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Interesting finding about the DR of the two camera technologies.  Great subject, commentary, and treatment of it.

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It is not really possible to compare the dynamic range of a scene shot in different lights and at different times of year.

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9 hours ago, Anthony said:

It is not really possible to compare the dynamic range of a scene shot in different lights and at different times of year.

 

Also, in camera JPG isn't a good indicator of what data is actually available to process. Basically those JPG's are a "canned" interpretation of a scene by a computer inside the camera. It's what you can do with a RAW file on your own computer that really gives you an indication of useful sensor DR. 

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