I've used the Canon EOSD350 for some while and I am now using the Canon D60. When using the live view mode, all programs do work fine, but when I use the same settings in normal mode, all the images are overexposed. For example, in an outdoor recording, the live view uses ISO 100, but the normal mode ISO 400 (only switching between modes, recording in automatic mode). This issue appears for all settings, except using the lens non-zoomed. The lens I use is the Tamron 18-270mm f/3.5-6.5. I know there might be a small difference in ISO due to the difference in measurement between AF and live view, and of course one could correct for the overexposure, but this would mean one still needs the live view for a correct measurement. I do not prefer to use live view.
Could this be an issue of the lens or is the measurement wrong?
Anyone any idea?