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Hello, I have recently switched from Canon (1DX) to Sony and I am struggling in one area. Exposure compensation. As a sports photographer I am have been used to rapidly dailing in some compensation if the subject is back lit by the sun. With my A9ii when I do this in ISO Auto, all that happens is the ISO increases in value, so in some cases I just from 6400 to 25600 !! I just want to lift the shadows. I have tried DRO and get the same effect. As I am a sports action shooter I shoot in JPEG, with zero time to run post production. What have I set up wrong?

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