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    Re: Exposure differences between camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Chucktin View Post
    If you are only comparing Camera LCD displayed image to Camera LCD displayed image maybe all you need is to brighten one LCD screen.
    Bring both images into an editing program on a _calibrated_ monitor, side by side, to truely compare.
    the LCD monitors are both set at 0 but I will compare in Lightroom, thanks


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  2. #12
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    Re: Exposure differences between camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel View Post
    Have a look at the histograms from both cameras. As Chucktin wrote, the LCD calibration could be different from one camera to the other.
    Will do thanks

  3. #13
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    Re: Exposure differences between camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Ramsey View Post
    Will do thanks
    Or one has been accidentally set to Bracket function? Just thinking loud... Hopefully you'll find out something and let us know.
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  4. #14
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    Re: Exposure differences between camera

    We once did a test at work, photo lab at a government campus. Nikon D4 vs my calibrated LCD monitor. That particular camera, at factory default, was brighter and bluer than the monitor. It pays to remember that 99%+ flat panel displays are set to look _good_ not honest.

  5. #15
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    Re: Exposure differences between camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Marcel View Post
    Or one has been accidentally set to Bracket function? Just thinking loud... Hopefully you'll find out something and let us know.
    Yea I thought about that but it hasn’t I will let you know when I download the D610 photos. I’m at a rodeo right now and processing over 1,000 pics from last night to get ready for tonight.
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