- 23 May 2016, 02:57
thanks for the info
i guess i will go for the Sony to start with.
i will order it in two weeks
i guess the Sony should show most of the benefits with HDR and should be a great start.
if then HDR is that striking that some says i may "upgrade" to the DX900 to get the last 10% or something out of HDR.
as HDR also suggests an ambient light of 5cd/m2 in the room while viewing i guess that light hides some of the problems you describe.
as for blacklevels are they alot higher with HDR?
i mean backlight is maxed out all the time right
does that mean that the backlight is maxed out in low light scenes also or does it change it internally to suite those scenes?
(or do we need dynamic metadata for that?)
if not i guess the clouding and raised blacks while watching HDR will be more visible on the Edge lit Sony than on a FALD lcd right?
i also read that you have problem catching the dynamic range from HDR with the camera?
thats true that a single shoot cant cover the entire dynamic range.
when i get the Sony i can post some photos here to show you that you can catch all of the dynamic range even with HDRs brightness levels.
taking photos with 22 stops or more dynamic range can be done but it requires a special technique