Ed Rooney Posted May 8, 2016 Share Posted May 8, 2016 I used to shoot with Nikon DSLR's. A few years ago I switched to Sony. I now use Sony NEX, an RX10, and a RX100 Mk3. Being older now, and long retired from assignment work, I'm happy with this change to smaller, lighter gear. I'm also happy with the results I get for stock. Mostly that is. But Sony does a poor job capturing neon signs, not anywhere as good as my Nikons did. The neon with my Sonys is always weak and washed out. With the Nikons it was good, exposures and colors. I shoot RAW and I do my PP in LR, CS5, with sometimes a stop in NX2. And I know to sometimes bracket when shooting. Since I'm pretty sure that Sony made most of the sensors in my Nikons. what's going on here? What is causing my neon problems? Thanks, Edo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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