Nikon D100 / D200 - D2x / D3x - D3

Discussion in 'Nikon' started by Leon Ritt, May 5, 2005.

  1. Leon Ritt

    Leon Ritt Guest

    Is there more info available about the D200 and when it will become
    available?

    Same question for the D3x and D3 (full frame)

    For the D100 I use an exposure correction setting of +0.7. Anybody has the
    same experience?

    Thnks
    Leon.
     
    Leon Ritt, May 5, 2005
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    Jeremy Nixon Guest

    There is no information available about them at all, including whether
    they actually exist, let alone "more info".
     
    Jeremy Nixon, May 5, 2005
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  3. Leon Ritt

    Sheldon Guest

    Many DSLR cameras shoot a bit on the dark side to keep from blowing out
    highlights. It's not uncommon to up your exposure a bit to get more of a
    point and shoot look to your photos. I have a D70 and uploaded a custom
    curve into the camera that seems to work a little better. Or, you can play
    a bit with software to brighten things up. Whatever, it's normal.
     
    Sheldon, May 6, 2005
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    Mark 007 Guest

    Yeah, a custom curve is the way forward here. Do a quick search and
    you'll find loads of sites explaining about them and how you load them.
    Here's one; http://www.planetneil.com/nikon/custom-curves.html, and if
    you look for a few minutes, you'll find curves that people have already
    made for you that you can use.

    Mark.
     
    Mark 007, May 9, 2005
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