DP2M - a review

Started Oct 27, 2012 | Discussions thread
lasm
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Re: DP2M - a review
In reply to Johan Borg, Oct 29, 2012

Johan Borg wrote:

One comment: The X3F setting in Sigma Photo Pro is nothing magic, it's the settings that have already been saved to the .X3F file, either in the camera or later in SPP: When you change a parameter, the X3 logo to the left of the selector can be pressed to save the current settings as the new X3F value (or you can save settings to the X3F file in the Save Images as... dialog).

If there are more initial differences between X3F and Auto than brightness, it usually means that you have changed the image parameters in the camera, like contrast/sharpness/saturation. Note: For older models than Merrill, Auto will apply a whole range of changes, not just brightness.

PS: Those yummy photos made me hungry

I am getting some sense of wh'at you're saying though still a bit fuzzy in my head. If all Auto does is change the brightness, it doesn't seem very useful, isn't it ?

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