Hi Guys ,
The problem is not mine - I'm not a D90 user . Used D80 previously and currently on D300 so I thought I knew everything technical about these cameras . There is a D90 user in our forums who is consistently getting the :
- First shot approx. 2 stop overexposed
- Second shot correctly exposed
- No , it is not a bracketing issue - 100% - checked
- Both shots taken one second apart - Jpeg file numbers confirm one shot is after the other.
- EXIF shows identical Shutter speed, Aperture and ISO 200 in both shots
- Happens only in Aperture Pri. mode when camera first turned on .
We teased the guy several times about how we must have forgotten the bracketing on ,and it is a user issue, etc .. Well, he uploaded several shots and he was right . EXIF shows no bracketing ...The exposure values are the same in both shots anyway .
I trust 100% that he did not fiddle with it on PC to have fun with us .
So how can one explain ( forget the first shot underexpose/ second shot normal stuff ) the same aperture/shutter/ISO values resulting in one 2 stop overexposed ( visual guess )and one correctly exposed photo .
Please don't ask me to upload his photos - I will if I have to but this site is so unfriendly when it comes to posting pictures ( where are the icons ? ) ...But believe me - I've been in photography for 30 years - what I'm saying is correct . I checked 2 sets of his shots - same problem.
No one seems to be able to come up with a reason - including our top technical guys.
Has anyone heard of a firmware problem regarding this issue ??