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    Default Do you use Dynamic Range setting in Camera?

    Hi all,

    Do you guys use DR setting in camera to shoot? I been shooting photo without DR on.

    PLease share some thought...

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    Default Re: Do you use Dynamic Range setting in Camera?

    Use it if you understand what it does and when you need it for that specific picture.
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    Default Re: Do you use Dynamic Range setting in Camera?

    Yes. When i was using my D800, i have it on. The colors are richer and more recoverable. I recommend it.
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    Default Re: Do you use Dynamic Range setting in Camera?

    I see.... but just a noob question, will DR setting in camera affect raw file?

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    Default Re: Do you use Dynamic Range setting in Camera?

    Quote Originally Posted by GeneralApex View Post
    I see.... but just a noob question, will DR setting in camera affect raw file?
    No. It will not make the DR of the RAW file better.

    But if you open the RAW file using ViewNX or Capture NX, it will apply the Dynamic Lighting settings as set in your camera when you took the shot.

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    Default Re: Do you use Dynamic Range setting in Camera?

    Thanks for clarify

    Quote Originally Posted by daredevil123 View Post
    No. It will not make the DR of the RAW file better.

    But if you open the RAW file using ViewNX or Capture NX, it will apply the Dynamic Lighting settings as set in your camera when you took the shot.

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