My favorite Sony feature is having
high dynamic range within my image sensor. Now, what is high dynamic range?
Essentially, it’s large image data set in a single file, allowing you to have details in your highlights,
your shadows, and your mid-tones. Now, historically when I used to shoot with digital SLRs,
I ended up having to take 3 or 4 or 5 image brackets; nowadays with my Sony cameras, I only have to take one, having all that image data to work with. This changed the way how I work on the field
as well as how I process my images; allowing me to pull up more shadow detail or pull down my highlights to balance out those mid-tones. That’s why dynamic range is so important to me and why I love it with my Sony camera systems.