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Old February 5th, 2008, 06:18 AM
John_Nevill John_Nevill is offline
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Default Could in-camera bracketing improve Dynamic Range?

Panasonic unveils developments of a new sensor that fires bracketed exposures at1.5ms intervals to help boost dynamic range.

For more info take a look at here

Although in its infancy and currently working at a sensor size of only 177x144px, this has to be a significant leap forward in HDR capture. Just one press of the shutter could produce 3 overlayed exposures which are combined and processed in-camera. This could see the end to blown highlights and improved shadow detail.

The limiting factor of current HDR techniques is the need to stick to relatively static subjects, due to the timing between manual frames, perhaps this technique could eradicate it.
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