7D’s LCD screen issue

Started Jun 5, 2012 | Discussions thread
JohnHBailey Regular Member • Posts: 330
Re: 7D’s LCD screen issue

Remember that that camera makes and uses a small JPEG to display on the screen, whereas when you are looking on your computer you're looking either at the RAW file or a large JPEG depending on your settings. In any case, most shots will look sharp on a tiny 3" screen unless they are quite badly OOF.

If on your computer you are looking at the 100% view ( in DPP terms ) then most images will not look sharp - try using 50% view to get a better feel. Also, what happens if you apply some sharpening to your images - do they look good then ?


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