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Gabor,
Did you allow the M7 to auto meter, or did you set the exposure manually ?
The reason I ask shooting snow is tough to expose correctly, usually I have to manually override any auto exposure.
Nice photo, great contrast. BTW, that's a lot of snow.
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Bob, thank you!! That was (is) a lot of snow this year in Hokkaido.

I did set the exposure compensation of my M7 to + 1.7 EV and hoped that it will work out. I also measured incident light with my meter app of the Iphone but that showed a difference of about 5 EV and some frames I exposed using that setting were quite over exposed. In bright sunlight (and snow) I used an ND4 filter and set exposure compensation to +2EV.

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Did you allow the M7 to auto meter, or did you set the exposure manually ?
The reason I ask shooting snow is tough to expose correctly, usually I have to manually override any auto exposure.
Nice photo, great contrast. BTW, that's a lot of snow.
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