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    IQ260 Achromatic

    Achro with DF and 80LS. Handheld stitch...


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    Re: IQ260 Achromatic

    No UV/IR filter, DF/80LS


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    Re: IQ260 Achromatic

    B+W Dark Red 91 and B+W UV/IR MRC 486 - C1 Defaults



    B+W Dark Red 91 and B+W UV/IR MRC 486 - C1 light processing


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    Re: IQ260 Achromatic

    does the back tend to clip highlights similar to the Leica Mono? on the first image did you need to under expose?

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    Re: IQ260 Achromatic

    Quote Originally Posted by mmbma View Post
    does the back tend to clip highlights similar to the Leica Mono? on the first image did you need to under expose?
    Not on the first image, where I used the UV/IR cut filter. On the second image, not using any filter, and the capture was full-spectrum, yes. It does tend to overexpose about 1/3-2/3 of a stop. I suspect this is largely due to AE not detecting the IR and to a lesser extent UV falling on the sensor.

    With the UV/IR cut filter, AE on the DF functions as expected.

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