I'm new to Bridge (CS6). There are certain instances when I am puzzled as to how Bridge handles the Camera Data it reports for each photo. I'm hoping someone can provide some insight. Example:
I was running some fill-flash tests using a Nikon D3200, a Tamron 150mm-600mm f/5.0-6.3 zoom lens, a Tamron 2x teleconverter, and an ancient Vivitar 283 with a flash extender. (With the teleconverter, the Tamron f/5.0-6.3 becomes an f/10-13 lens.) An incident meter registered f161/3 at 1/500 for ambient light. For all test exposures, the lens was kept at 600mm, shutter priority at 1/200, evaluative (matrix) metering, ISO 400.
When I examine the exposure information in Bridge, I notice that:
Does anyone have any idea what is going on?
Use some other software that reads and displays an image file from your camera meta data. So you know what your camera has written. See if the error is in Adobe software or your Camera's firmware. EXIF data is generated in your camera.