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  1. Goog morning, I've searched through the forum but didn't found a satisfying answer. What exactly is the difference between "Bias as default" and "Take no action" ? As can be seen in the EXIF data, the image was taken with an underexposure of -1.7 stops. I did the test with "Apply tone curve" as default. Using "Apply exposure bias as initial state" the bias is shown correct in the Exposure section. Using "Apply exposure bias as default" on my screen the image looks +/- the same but the bias in the Exposure section is set to 0 ! Using "Take no action" shows a total different image ! IMHO, opposite to the setting used, a lot of actions must have been executed !
  2. When developing a RAW (NEF) file in Photo, having an EV value above 2 and "Apply exposure bias as initial state" set in the develop assistant, the exposure slider and text-box do not reflect the exposure bias applied by Photo. In this (extreme) case the EV value set in camera and applied by develop assistant was +5 but the exposure slider and textbox show a maximum value of +2. Preferred fix is to expand the range of the exposure slider, alternatively (as expanding the range could make exposure adjustments by slider too coarse) allow setting higher exposure values via the textbox and spinners/steppers.
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