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  1. Hi all, I have a question about getting the right exposure when shooting with the Epic. Let's say I am shooting at 800 ISO and my lightmeter reading gives me T. 5.6. I set my lense accordingly also using false color and zebra do tune my exposre slightly. It all looks great when I am in the RLF/RC2 view mode. Once I switch to RAW view mode everything looks underexposed. Is that because RAW brings everything down to 320 ISO? Should I expose for the RAW? When I expose for the RAW and play it back, everything seem way overexposed! Not sure what I should be exposing for. New to the Red, so any tips are highly appreciated. Many Thanks, Rob
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