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HOW TO USE HDR FROM SONY ALPHA 300

CAN NOT FINE THE HDR FROM SONY ALPHA 300

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  • shchan76 Dec 01, 2008

    TQ for you help! I just want to know where the setting at my camera sony alpha 300? I know setting at canon but sony i can not find.

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Specifically for the A300 I do not know, but generally for any camera you will bracket three frames in the range of -1 to +1. I believe the A300 allows you to choose either aperture shutter or ISO. I recommend going to www.dpreview.com and them Discussion forums/Sony DSLR and ask the question there. You will find many helpful A300/350 users there.

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HDR IS NORMANLLY A PROGRAM AND IT WORKS GREAT BY TAKING THREE IMAGES AND GETTING THE BEST TONAL RANGE .

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