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This is not bug, but feature of current FRV 0.9.3

Adobe products (Lightroom, CameraRaw) applies 'hidden' exposure compensation to RAW files. See more details here: http://photographylife.com/adobes-silent-exposure-compensation.

This compensation is different for different cameras and (worse) for same camera and different ISO values.

In FastRawViewer 0.9.3 user should set 'Adobe/FRV exposure difference' in XMP settings page ( http://www.fastrawviewer.com/usermanual/program-settings/xmp ). Unfortutately, for many cameras this offset need to be changed for different ISO.

In FastRawViewer 0.9.4 (public beta expected in week or so) we solved this problem for most cameras, so automatic exposure difference between FRV and Adobe programs is calculated and used.