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Discussion in 'Nikon DX DSLR Forum' started by Iliah, Jul 2, 2005.
While I'm sure we all appreciate your tech insights, Iliah,
if you could actually explain what they mean, :? we would be much better able to respond to them. This post, along with most of your others leave me scratching my head wondering *** you're talking about! What does this particular riddle mean to a layman, who knows nothing about charts & graphs? What's R/B ratio?
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Dear Steve, Paul explained the graph very well. What you can also see there is that D2X reaches R to B ratio at about 5300, while other cameras do that at lower temperatures. D2X characteristic shows the effort Nikon made to lower the noise by reducing the necessity of digital amplification (multiplication) of raw data.
It well might be analogue amplification and normalization; at least Nikon in their marketing literature hinted they will use it.
I use the Manual K setting in WB. 3100-3700K
with the supplied orange filter with the SB-800.
Stock the SB-800 is 5500k
the WB in the D2X is great....
Better than the D1X with the incondesant light bulb setting, it take a few shot to get use to it all.
One of my Pas employers also did Videography... well he stuck me with it.
It all worked out, I now use Manual WB all the time and anything inside...
its set to K
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