RCDesertRat: Would be nice if you could shoot raw with HDR on. Although it is JPEG fine, you are still losing data from the picture. You get HDR but you lose capability to edit later
Shyam Suyambu: I shoot at events like fashion shows and club parties, which is low-light of course. I use an on camera reflecting flash, set my shutter to say 1/200 and leave auto ISO on to a max of 3200. Can't seem to find any but have you heard reports or reviews about sensor heating and possible damage especially when shooting this way for like 5 hours or more? Thanks for the review/demo, I liked it!
Bhavin Parekh: After seeing your review i bought the same ....thanks for great low light review .
tony harris: Can't watch it - boring as bat crap!
Reiner Alpizar: this is very boring you speck too much, try to go to the point and don´t confuse an informative video to a really boring conversation with your self. i think you do it in a very nice way but somethimes you go around too much like with the pattern of lights that obviously a car left, thats what you get when you do a long exposure photo, so plese keep with your videos but don´t speak about what you think this is or that is ..becaouse thats not the point of the video and you spend too many minutes of our time,
Carlos Martinez: thanks, I couldn't figure out why HDR was grayed out. I had tried changing some settings but still nothing. I couldn't find in the manual to change it to JPG only. thanks again.
Vincent Volajoux: I mean can you explain why you can't shoot raw with her.
Vincent Volajoux: Can you explain why it's not compatible
Andy Denial: it's mold..
Joe Blow: zzzzzzzzz.
MarCuseusFX: Raw can be used for HDR
nikmo: Thanks for this video.
Dominic Ballard: The videoing sucks.
Steven Bergman: How do you get the ISO to work on it's own in the D7100. I get this r19 when push the shudder half way and when I hold the ISO it changes to what I have it set it.
Nikon D7100 HDR and High ISO Low Light Noise Review5
out of 5