iZoom, FZ200, LX7, FastStone - a few thoughts

Started Apr 10, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: It's not only a matter of equal IQ
In reply to morepix, Apr 11, 2013

morepix wrote:


I think I understand the point you're making here, about quality = quality. But there's another reason for using iZoom besides convincing oneself that the quality doesn't change, and that's the fact that iZoom lets you compose the photo you're going to end up with, whereas shooting without iZoom and cropping in PP is more hit-and-miss composition-wise.

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Sure, you can use iZoom to effect an in-camera crop with decent quality (as long as the viewing size is no larger than the full-sensor equivalent of 100%).

Personally, I tend to crop over-aggressively in-camera, so I lose lots of feet and tails, and have as a result reverted to post-processing crops.


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