Yes, please go back to step one and explain how, at ISO 400 (or, in fact, any ISO other than 100), enabling HTP results in Half The Photons hitting the sensor.it doesn't, there already a head room created by halving the signal / e at 200iso from 100iso , and agin a halving from 200 to 400iso and from 400 to 800 etc etc , se earlier answer
Now I have a Sigma 35/1,4 to pick up and test/ compare to my canon 35/1.4
April 16, 2014, 12:28:52 AM
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7D | EF-S 17-55 | EF 100mm f/2.8 L IS Macro | 580EX II | Benro C3780T + Markins M20
Light is language!
Yes, please go back to step one and explain how, at ISO 400 (or, in fact, any ISO other than 100), enabling HTP results in Half The Photons hitting the sensor.it doesn't
Finally. So, before you stated that the mechanism of HTP was a reduction by half in the amount of light /number of photons hitting the sensor. Now, you are finally admitting that's not true.
Perhaps not quite the mea culpa we could have expected, but it'll have to do.
Enjoy the Sigma 35/1.4 - by all accounts, it's an excellent lens and I expect you'll find it trumps the Canon 35L in many ways.
So, your actual answer to my question is, "No, I will not admit that I am wrong."
Why would he, he now has his "special case" to yammer on about to avoid dealing with his mistakes. The most entertaining part is that the special case was suggested by someone else as a possible explanation for what he meant and now he adopts it like it's what he was talking about all along.
ETTR ... Expose To The Right
YMMV ... Your Mileage May Vary
TMBSITT ... Too Much BS In This Thread
I trust I don't need to spell out what BS means...
You should have mentioned.... Too much NPD in this thread
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tre men waiting for a new canon 7d MK2 ?
Hahahaha. Must say this is funny..... really. Good one!
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finally a breakthrough. I really tried guys I really did. I tried to get mikael to answer a very specific question and he avoided it with the great skill of an inkfish.
So who am I, Oprah?!?