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Re: E-M1 not vs, but also D750.

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Originally Posted by TonyR View Post
The E-M1 image is appears to be significantly over-exposed compared to the D750. Getting images with areas over-exposed is something that I suffer from with my E-M1. I'm not sure if it is the metering in the E-M1 or a dynamic range issue, probably the latter. I found a similar thing this summer when comparing images of the same subject with a relative using a 5DIII. Areas that were dark in my images were full of detail in his and I had blown highlights!

I now routinely shoot with minus half a stop of compensation. It doesn't help the shadows but at least the subject isn't blown out.
I shoot the same way generally and have done since I shot slide film (but a third of a stop under).
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