Hi all. Happy new year. Here's an odd thing. I was just reading the D810 brochure, and it mentions flat picture mode. That makes perfect sense for video shooting (because you might want to reduce the dynamic range of what you're shooting so you can re-grade it), but they say: Flat is ideal when shooting stills in raw (NEF) or when capturing video.Huh? Does "flat" do anything interesting to the raw mode? Does it affect the exposure settings in some way, or is something weirder going on? I wasn't expecting it to have any significant effect, especially since it appears to be similar to what you could achieve with a custom picture control anyway. Is this just the brochure being confused, or is there a trick I could learn here? A magic ETTR mode would be quite welcome, if that happens to be where they were going with this. (I had hopes for highlight metering doing that, but I got the impression it doesn't.) My D810 is still in being-lusted-after mode, so I can't just try it and find out... Can anyone educate me, please?