I shoot ML HDR auto bracketing on my 5D MII almost every day for real estate photography. The camera is getting pretty old and is over the average life span on shutter actuations, so I will be wanting to switch to my newer 5D M III soon. However, I'm finding that when I shoot with the mark III, the brightest exposure doesn't expose the shadow areas like the M II version, and my final processed images are losing important detail in the shadow areas. They only way I can get it to work is if I start the series by manually overexposoing several stops in order to try to try to get the shadow detail. Has the auto HDR algorithm changed on the ML version for the 5D Mark III? This issue is keeping me from using my 5D mark III for my work.
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