Have a read of this thread, quite long but it has a lot of good info in it. Basically DRO under exposes the RAW file, this gives more range/detail.
I have noticed that when I import raw files into Lightroom, the images change and look a bit more dark. I was a bit confused as I remember they were rightly exposed when I took them and they look fine on the raw preview from Sony.
I have read a bit know and understand this is caused probably by the Dynamic Range Optimizer (DRO) in camera that adjusts the image to try and preserve highlights and so in low light.
My question is, if you recommend the use of the DRO or i should turn it off?
I also would like to ask if there is any quick way to change the settings in lightroom to match the raw files or if the only way is to edit the images normally?
I have a Sony A7iii
I have recently added yet another load of images taken with the A6400 and 18-135 lens.
Images taken at the Man City v Spurs game smitten with VAR can be found here - http://www.rtfract.com/sonya6400.htm
I have also taken more close ups in the garden and they are here - http://www.rtfract.com/damp.html
I look forward to the Sony news on Aug29th!
regular 6400 page - http://www.rtfract.com/sonya6400.htm