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Wird man gleich verbannt, wenn man eine Frage zu HDR stellt?


Voller Respekt für die Meinung von Pete Meyers, ich stimme zu.

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Dennoch mag ich ab und zu mal mit HDR experimentieren. Gibt es in der Firmware der M8 jetzt oder auf der roadmap eine Funktion für das Blenden-bracketing?

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Zeit-Bracketing gibt es bereits. Wie ein Blendenbracketing funktionieren soll, wenn die Kamera die eingestellte Blende nicht einmal feststellen, geschweige denn beeinflussen kann, wäre erklärungsbedürftig.

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Bei einem HDR sollte die Blende stets konstant sein, die Software verrechnet sonst Unschärfe mit Schärfe zu unansehnlichen Bildern.

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das mit dem Blendenbracketing scheint logisch. Es was dumm, überhaupt danach zu fragen. Stelle ich ja selbst ein.


Aber wo finde ich denn das Zeitbracketing? Ich habe vielleicht noch nicht die neueste Firmware

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Ach! Ich habe nicht mehr daran gedacht, dass die M8 offenbar keine automatischen Belichtungsreihen oder "Zeitreihen" belichten kann. Das ist offenbar zu lange her, dass ich eine in Händen hatte. Bitte entschuldige die Verwirrung.

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Um noch mehr Verwirrung in die Diskussion zu bringen:

Das Blendenbracketing ist doch eigentlich ein Zeitbracketing.

Die Unter-/Überbelichtung um x Blendenstufen in einer Belichtungsreihe erfolgt doch einzig und allein über die entsprrechende Verkürzung bzw.Verlängerung der Belichtungszeit!

Alles andere wäre auch Blödsinn!

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