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      02-28-2012, 05:23 PM   #2681
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Originally Posted by dcstep View Post
If these are in-camera jpegs they don't mean a thing, other than the processors are programmed slightly differently for the different sensors. Shoot RAW and convert to jpegs with the same settings. Even if they're a little different, you can always adjust during RAW conversion.

The T2i shares the sensor with the 7D, but with the T1i I think that you have a higher pixel-pitch (larger pixels). Where the 7D shines is taking something very detailed and looking at it at 200%. It'll resolve more detail than most of Canon's other cameras.


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No, those were RAW files directly converted to JPEG with no adjustment. I could, of course, have evened out the exposure first, but my point was that they weren't evenly exposed despite identical settings. Not a big deal, really. Just an observation.
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