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This scene looks at contrast control: lights of large size that are so bright that no detail can be rendered, set against a black sky.
Globe Lights Against Black Sky
Adobe Camera Raw 188.8.131.522. View ACR settings. Camera Profile = Adobe Standard.
Contrast control is essential for a lifelike image. A lens that can hold bright highlights and black blacks delivers an image with “pop”. A lens that cannot do so is not worth shooting for anyone who enjoys visually persuasive imagery. The foregoing holds even under extreme low contrast conditions, such as in the Lone Horse in Snowstorm image made with the Milvus 100/2M.
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Since 2009, Diglloyd Guide to Mirrorless covers mirrorless cameras and lenses. Includes interchangeable lens camera systems (Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, etc) as well as fixed-lens cameras (Sony, Sigma, Ricoh, etc).
In addition to the manufacturer-brand lenses, lens coverage includes 3rd-party lens lines like Zeiss Touit, Zeiss Loxia and Zeiss Batis.
It includes hundreds of pages of exclusive coverage and high resolution, Retina-grade examples for the new mirrorless camera systems from Sony, Fujifilm, Olympus, Sigma, Ricoh and more. Also included are operational concerns, like shutter vibration or other camera behaviors. This publication will play a decisive role in your selection and use of mirrorless cameras and lenses.