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Re: Canon Camera Connect App - Underexposed Pictures

EXIF exposure data and everything else except file name and file size identical between the two files. 1151=4.57MB  1152=4.09MB

 

Does the app set a different Picture Style or other setting?

 

Are you viewing them via the same software?

 

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John Hoffman
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1D X, Rebel T5i, Many lenses, Pixma PRO-100, MX472, LRCC Classic
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Re: Canon Camera Connect App - Underexposed Pictures


@Chujoj wrote:
Look at the tree. It is quite dark in comparison. No I don't use compensation.
The settings should be saved in the images.

I loaded both in apperture. They are the same. And I'm shooting in manual. So in theory nothing should change?

The photos are not the same.  The lighter one is shot Manual, and it has "Shadow Correct" turned on. 

 

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The darker one is shot in Program AE mode, and "Shadow Correct" is not listed in the EXIF, which I would assume means it is not being used.  There is nothing with your camera, nor the software.  Happy New Year.

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