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Difference in EV compensation between M246 and M10M


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I was shooting the sunset yesterday with the M246, M10M, and M10,  and noticed an interesting behavior of EV compensation needed.  I turned on the clipping indicators on all three.

When the sun was still up, the M246 needed to be brought down -0.7 or more to avoid highlight clipping.  The M10M was OK with -0.3 or 0.

When the sun had set, however, I had to bring the M246 to +1.0 to avoid shadows clipping!  The M10M was still OK at 0 or +0.3.

The good old M10 required less of either.  Or may be I was not paying as much attention.:)

Wonder what folks make out of that...

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