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- Aug 16, 2012
Dynamic range is actually calculated for images enlarged to the same size and distance of viewing, roughly equivalent, from memory, to about an 8"x10" print at arms length. That's why an APS-C has lower DR because it has to be enlarged more and medium format higher DR than FF because it has to be enlarged less.I always feel like my TSE 24 II has more DR than any other lense ever used on my 5div.
Do also other experienced this phenomenon?
I mean when I changed lense in a landscape situation the light range that this lense can cover is little higher than with other lenses.
Basically the histogram graph is with the same body and same scene a little bit more compressed on the TSE 24 II.
I believe, this is the main reason why photos taken with the TSE 24 II make me smile each time I see them after the shot