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Old 05-18-2019   #20
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I found using raw files and auto-bracketing aperture exposures by 1/3 stop increments based on the in-camera meter works very well.[1] I just delete the inferior exposures in post-production.

When time is of the essence I simply take advantage of my camera's psuedo-ISO invariance. I pick the required shutter time and aperture and adjust the image brightness in post-production. This works well except for when the light level at least EV(100) 5-6. In very low ambient light in-camera ISO gain helps with read noise. There are two disadvantages. In low light in-camera review is impractical and in bright light you do have watch the in-camera meter to avoid sensor overexposure.

1. I use "Multi" meter mode with X-Pro 2 and X-100T.
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