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Old 29-09-2013, 14:16   #1 (permalink)
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I'm impressed with my D4 to date as it's got "built in HDR" as well as bracketing I'll be interested to see how it copes with inhouse HDR compared to the normal method and then Photomatix etc. One thing that never dawned on me thou is that whilst I could fire my flashes remotely using the commander option on my d300 now I can't and will have to invest in some triggers etc however armed with the 85 1.4g lense its very good I've just done some street photography with it lense at F2 the results were very impressive I'll try and load some on here
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The Bridge Camera I recently purchased has built in HDR but this built in HDR only applies to JPEG but it is fairly effective. I actually only use Raw for my DSLR and for the Bridge Camera so the built in HDR is of no use to me. I now have Oloneo, Nik HDR Pro and Photomatix Pro so plenty of choices. Each of these has a lot more flexibility and adjustments than in-camera HDR. It all comes down to allowing the camera to process the data and produce a JPEG according to the settings used or capture in Raw and have maximum flexibility in processing. Based on my experience, Oloneo is very easy and quick to use and gives the most natural colours/saturation when tone mapping. Nik HDR Pro produces excellent results but with a little more work and with its control points allows for more local control. Photomatix has some serious problems so I no longer use it.
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I totally agree that you will get a lot more flexibility with editing programs however I'm just curious what the camera will throw out by its self seem to remember Oloneo is pretty good if you got any movement in bracketed shots etc like people moving slightly etc
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