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    How come its warfare kind one? I tot is range like shooting targets..
    Warfare i sure buang one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    How come its warfare kind one? I tot is range like shooting targets..
    Warfare i sure buang one..



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    i ish not conmandom trained..

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post
    How come its warfare kind one? I tot is range like shooting targets..
    Warfare i sure buang one..



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    butties can advise me,

    if on camera lcd picture looks properly exposed, but send to pc, view on monitor, looks overexposed, what must i adjust? brighten my camera lcd brightness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    butties can advise me,

    if on camera lcd picture looks properly exposed, but send to pc, view on monitor, looks overexposed, what must i adjust? brighten my camera lcd brightness?
    try camera lcd first, normally the case for me

    for Nikon system, normally I would put -2 for the LCD brightness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    butties can advise me,

    if on camera lcd picture looks properly exposed, but send to pc, view on monitor, looks overexposed, what must i adjust? brighten my camera lcd brightness?
    Camera LCD normally not accurate and same pic might look different under different ambient light condition. Look at histogram instead.

    also, turn off active D-lighting since you are shooting RAW.

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    butties can advise me,

    if on camera lcd picture looks properly exposed, but send to pc, view on monitor, looks overexposed, what must i adjust? brighten my camera lcd brightness?
    you should throw away your camera and use film. Because there is no LCD available, hence there is no mistake there

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    you should throw away your camera and use film. Because there is no LCD available, hence there is no mistake there
    Gootz advice

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    Fwah liverfool buang again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    butties can advise me,

    if on camera lcd picture looks properly exposed, but send to pc, view on monitor, looks overexposed, what must i adjust? brighten my camera lcd brightness?
    how about viewing it on another pc lcd? if it looks ok..then u need to calibrate ur pc lcd to look the same as ur camera lcd..
    if most pc lcd looks over expose..then u need to increase ur camera lcd brightness..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    you should throw away your camera and use film. Because there is no LCD available, hence there is no mistake there
    randscape master has spoken!

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    Quote Originally Posted by woofmy View Post
    try camera lcd first, normally the case for me

    for Nikon system, normally I would put -2 for the LCD brightness.
    Ya mine is -2 for now.

    Quote Originally Posted by coolsigg View Post
    Camera LCD normally not accurate and same pic might look different under different ambient light condition. Look at histogram instead.

    also, turn off active D-lighting since you are shooting RAW.
    Noob dont know how to check histogram for such matter leh. lol

    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    you should throw away your camera and use film. Because there is no LCD available, hence there is no mistake there
    Fwah thanks leh. LOL

    Quote Originally Posted by blazer_workz View Post

    how about viewing it on another pc lcd? if it looks ok..then u need to calibrate ur pc lcd to look the same as ur camera lcd..
    if most pc lcd looks over expose..then u need to increase ur camera lcd brightness..

    Ok i think different monitors see differently.

    comparing this 3 pics, which one is too harsh on brightness?







    these are some pics i took last night alone at tampines bike trail. scary place to shoot alone. lol

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    to me, pic 1 might be too harsh.

    also, in nikon system, you can have the system to flash over-exposed areas.
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    Default Re: Tang Shooters LXXI - TCSS Thread...

    all 3 looks OK to me, there are some places that are over-exposed but, overall, the brightness is OK to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woofmy View Post
    to me, pic 1 might be too harsh.

    also, in nikon system, you can have the system to flash over-exposed areas.
    hmm dun get what you mean, how to flash over-exposed areas?

    Quote Originally Posted by lkkang View Post
    all 3 looks OK to me, there are some places that are over-exposed but, overall, the brightness is OK to me.
    hard to control the overexposed area leh. use film can solve this problem or not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    hard to control the overexposed area leh. use film can solve this problem or not?
    film ( especially negatives ) has a wider tolerance of light , you can actually push +3 or -3 stops to get back the exposure. For macro shots with film , it is seriously tough ( because the distance is too narrow liao ) ... purely a guesstimation work. or perhaps, if you use some bright enough torch light, you can do a better job here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    hmm dun get what you mean, how to flash over-exposed areas?



    hard to control the overexposed area leh. use film can solve this problem or not?
    you can go into control and check the Highlight box. then one of the modes in lcd will flash when areas are over-exposed. if u need more info, msn me tonite and i guide u thru where to find the box.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woofmy View Post
    you can go into control and check the Highlight box. then one of the modes in lcd will flash when areas are over-exposed. if u need more info, msn me tonite and i guide u thru where to find the box.
    ohh. i know what you talking about, i tot can auto correct over exposed parts. lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zh3ng View Post
    ohh. i know what you talking about, i tot can auto correct over exposed parts. lol
    haha... manual correct (change setting for next shot) possible... haha
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