I decided to try using the X-T2 using its IsoInvariant mode ISO 200 and 5 stops compensation. The resultant image was almost black when viewed initially, but after processing with +4 or +5 exposure compensation in LR it looks fine. Really I think the technique is mainly of advantage when very high DR is needed, and this was shot in extremely poor light and almost no contrast! I found it a bit of a pain and quite time consuming, so I can’t imagine I’ll use the method again, but an interesting (for me!) test. I’ve also read some interesting info on how the +200% and +200% modes work on this camera in RAW.

Sorry, birds on the feeders and a few flowers in the house or top of the garden are all I can manage at present.

About Mike Hessey

I'm a BOF (Boring Old Fellow) and MOS (Miserable Old Soul) whose main interests are photography, cycling, walking and computers. Regrettably recent problems with my legs, back and heart have reduced the cycling and walking.
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