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This real-world field study is designed to give insight into two questions:
- How well does base ISO 100 fare when pushed 2.5 stops?
- How well does ISO 12800 fare (noise, detail, overall quality) when underexposed by 3 stops?
By “underexposed”, what is meant here is the actual sensor dynamic range potential as per the RawDigger histogram actual exposure within the 14-bit range, versus the misleading auto exposure and histogram system of the Fujifilm GFX (and many other cameras including the Nikon D810).
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