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luklau228_photo Nov 7, 2003 9:15 AM

D100 and Sekonic 358 question, help
please help me with this question, i am confused. I am outdoor, and metered the subject with a light meter. -- > 1/160, f/8 and put the D100 on manual with the setting. after i take the picture. the photo is under exposed. I know D100 tend to under expose the photo ~ 0.3 or 0.7 stop. But i thought that's only with the D100 metering system. If i bypass the D100 metering system. I should get the proper exposure.

I am using the light meter an incident meter.
is it a problem with my light meter, i am using a Sekonic 358. I didn't find anything wrong with the light meter. do i have calibrate it after i got it? if yes, how do i do it.



Mike_PEAT Nov 7, 2003 10:14 PM

I don't know your equipment, but in general it depends on what the camera is metering on (especially if you're using spot metering)'s a great page I found showing where your camera is reading the light from can influence the picture:

luklau228_photo Nov 10, 2003 9:21 AM

thank you mike :)
I will study the information.


luk :)

luklau228_photo Nov 10, 2003 9:22 AM

the subject didn't appear in the message:
well here is the subject.

"thank you mike"

luk :)

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