Exposures in Ver 3.7.9

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  • Drew Altdo
    Paul,
    This is not something that we have heard of or seen. If you would like to create a support case and provide some examples we can look into it further.
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  • Paul Payne
    I would create a support case but not sure how to provide samples....I'm not up on creating a screen capture and thats what I think you need....if someone could provide the steps I'd provide the examples
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    [quote="Paul Payne" wrote:
    I would create a support case but not sure how to provide samples....I'm not up on creating a screen capture and thats what I think you need....if someone could provide the steps I'd provide the examples

    Press the PrintScreen key on your keyboard and open a new file in Photoshop (or Paint) and paste the screenshot. Use Alt+PrintScreen for copying/pasting the active Windows only (instead of entire Windows screen).
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  • Paul Payne
    Thanks Paul,

    Ive opened a support and thanks to you I've included a few screen captures...

    Paul Payne
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  • NN35071
    I do have the same problem with 3.7.9. Different colors and light on the preview image and on the output image when rendered as tiff.

    Any solutions on that?

    Thanks
    Christian
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  • Paul Payne
    I am still having the same underexposed histogram in ver 3.79 no matter which computer that ver is installed on....does anyone have a solution for this?? The histogram looks great in ver 1.3 (i know that is old) when I capture the image with my 1ds it also looks great in DPP and in ver 4 but when I open the image in ver 3.79 it looks about 1.5 stops underexposed....I have the same camera profiles in both versions...I'm comming up on my Dance School season and I use ver 3.79 for capture with my 1dsm2 and I have always relied on the histogram when I test my lights before I start photographing students...I'm worried that If I trust the histogram while capturing the images in ver 3.79 that when I get back to my studio to process the images in Ver 4 they will all be overexposed.....anyone else having this problem??
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    [quote="Paul Payne" wrote:
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    The histogram looks great in ver 1.3 (i know that is old) when I capture the image with my 1ds it also looks great in DPP and in ver 4 but ...

    Have you considered using CO4.x for capturing?
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  • Paul Payne
    I didnt think you could use ver 4.5 for capture except with a phase one back...Im using a 1ds and 1dsm2
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  • Paul Steunebrink
    [quote="Paul Payne" wrote:
    I didnt think you could use ver 4.5 for capture except with a phase one back...Im using a 1ds and 1dsm2

    CO 4.x Pro (and CO 5.x Pro) supports tethering for your 1Ds mkII but not for your 1Ds. Raw file support includes both models. Latest release is 4.8.3.

    For tethering your 1Ds you could either use CO 3.7.10 Pro or EOS Utility (previously known as EOS Capture) and open the 1Ds raw files in CO4 or 5 instantly with its hot folder feature.
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  • Paul Payne
    thanks Paul...I'll check it out..
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