if we shall throw pies at each maybe we should do it by mailEnd of discussion for me in this thread
an apology can I probably not expect from a man who has committed jokes at my expense, and where he has shown great ignorance.
Why would you expect an apology from someone you have been insulting for much longer than he's been making jokes at your expense? As I said...it is human nature to retaliate. Maybe if you apologized to him for all the insults and derogatory comments you've made about him, he might apologize to you for the jokes.
As for me, you regularly bring my name up in threads I have never participated in, just to include me in an insult of one kind or another. I have no interest in hiding my dislike of you, Mikael, but I'll apologize for any insults I may have levied at you in the past. That does not change the fact that I think you are continually, and pointlessly, antagonistic here on CR forums, and that we would probably be much better off without you around at all...but here is my apology nevertheless. I'm sorry if I've ever insulted you.
So, it's clear apologies don't actually matter to you. Figures.
and go back and look how this started, neuro accuse me to be wrong
later on he now confirm everything and have also learn what a head is and why it must be created so HTP works at base iso
and to you other, if you do not understand how HTP works, read again my earlier posts, it is nothing hard to understand
I've read your explanations. They are wrong. You claim the camera changes the shutter speed, in manual mode, at ISO 100. That is incorrect.
First, you cannot use ISO 100 in manual mode when HTP is active. Your lowest selectable ISO setting is 200. The camera does not change either aperture or shutter speed when HTP is active. It uses whatever aperture and shutter speed you select. The camera reduces ISO by one stop from what you have selected (or, from what the camera originally metered was necessary.) This is a fact. It is not an assumption. Therefor, your explanation that the use of HTP (or ADL, for that matter) requires the camera to "halve" the amount of light reaching the sensor either by increasing shutter speed or reducing aperture is wrong. The camera does nothing to change the exposure (total amount of light over time reaching the sensor)...all HTP or ADL does is force the USER to change exposure.
I am sorry, Mikael, but I do not accept your explanation of how HTP works. I do not need your assistance in learning how it works. I agree it is not hard to understand, but it is clear you do not understand it. Hence the debate.