Subject: Re: ACR Calibration
-->To minimize variations due to exposure, wouldn't it make sense to adjust the camera exposure so that the white patch reads about 245 without any exposure adjustment in ACR?
Yes, certainly, for this exercise.
For an actual calibration, unless you're sure that every image is going to be perfectly exposed, you'd probably want to look at a range of exposures and make a calibration that addresses the variation due to exposure. It's relatively small.
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