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X-T1 LCD rendering overexposure?

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I've noticed when doing studio portraits that when I pull the images into LR on my Mac they appear about 1 stop underexposed.  The images look great on my cameras LCD and look normally exposed.  I did a comparison with my Nikon D7100 and what I see on camera matches my Mac perfectly.  I guess I could adjust my X-T1 screen brightness down a bit (its set to default) to try and compensate but its still rather annoying.  I like to nail the exposure perfectly in camera.  Problem doesn't seem as prevalent when shooting in existing light/outdoors.  

 

Has anyone noticed this?

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I've noticed when doing studio portraits that when I pull the images into LR on my Mac they appear about 1 stop underexposed.  The images look great on my cameras LCD and look normally exposed.  I did a comparison with my Nikon D7100 and what I see on camera matches my Mac perfectly.  I guess I could adjust my X-T1 screen brightness down a bit (its set to default) to try and compensate but its still rather annoying.  I like to nail the exposure perfectly in camera.  Problem doesn't seem as prevalent when shooting in existing light/outdoors.  

 

Has anyone noticed this?

 

Are you checking exposure by checking the histogram?  

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