Best skin tone in CMOS sensor

Started Feb 12, 2013 | Discussions thread
Deleted1929 Forum Pro • Posts: 13,050
No camera has the best skin tone

Good skin tones are something you make happen, not something that happens because of a particular camera.  You need to learn the very basic steps of controlling white balance and saturation settings at a minimum.

You mention "accurate" skin tone.  Again accurate is usually not what you want for skin tones.  You usually want pleasing, which is definitely not accurate.

I'm amused that you consider the D90 to aged.  I'm still happy with Fuji S3 Pro which, by your definition, would be positively ancient.  Incidentally, Fuji deliberately made the S3 ( and S5 ) sensors return slightly less accurate colours deliberately to produce more pleasing colours.

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