A breakthrough in K-3 images in shade ......

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Re: A breakthrough in K-3 images in shade ......
In reply to Qwntm, 11 months ago

Qwntm wrote:

When you were one of the only people having a problem, people were not too thrilled about claims that the K-3 was a bad camera... That was really the only problem.

I would do a complete factory reset and start over. Turn the HIgh ISO noise Reduction off and turn the AFA to AF-s and see where your at.

I bet your photos improve dramatically.

No Ed - they won't. You were so sure your problem was my problem, or vice versa, that you never really looked at my problem. I'll bet you money that if I put my camera to the default noise settings, my images will still be ok. I'll try it later. My problem was smudging generally and clipping of whites when shooting in shade. It's to do with MY camera's highlight/shadow settings. I'm well on my way to fixing it. I also have a suspicion that shade is affecting the focus accuracy. Whether that's the camera or lens, I'll have to see. But it's not all as simple as you make out.

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