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-2/3 Ev with canon
seems like minus exposure bias calculation does not work properly.
I have looked at the two images you cite. The data recorded in the images is incorrect in that it sets the "type" for the Exposure compensation as an Un-signed integer. This is why zenpohoto and Adobe Bridge are getting it wrong.
Is there some possibility you have used some software to set EXIF values that could be setting this type wrong? The reason I ask is that I have images from a Nikon D70, Nikon D200, and Nikon D300s which all set the type correctly. It seems unlikely to me, therefore, that the Nikon D300 got it wrong.
It is certainly possible to force zenphoto to treat the value as signed, but it is a bit dangerous since it might break some other import. It would be best to find out where the issue is being introduced.
Here is the original Nikon NEF preview from Adobe Bridge which shows EV correctly.
Here is the same image converted JPG and preview in bridge and showed -0.67ev
This time ShutterSpeed.
So I see a value of 9/28754 sec for the shutter speed if I am not mistaken. What should the value be?
And real value in Lightroom and bridge and even windows default Detail option shows 1/3195.
Original file download is here : http://wildart.in/albums/hornbills/indian-grey-hornbill/indian_grey_hornbill_mg-2514.jpg
Ok, I see that value on the Mac OS preview app as well. That will take some investigation where that other value might come from …
I have checked all methods and everywhere it is showing actual rather than what we see on the site.
Be it Photoshop File Info, Windows Details, Adobe Bridge, Lightroom, Mac Preview, ExifTools
Everywhere the content shows correctly as what it should be. Just that when uploaded it is showing somewhat wrong.
somewhat exiftools read "Exposure Time" wrong. but "ShutterSpeedValue" is correct.
can you guide what changes would require so as it reads ShutterSpeedVlue not exposure value?