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

Started Jan 14, 2014 | Discussions thread
OP emem Veteran Member • Posts: 4,216
Re: A breakthrough in K-3 images in shade ......

KL Matt wrote:

emem wrote:

KL Matt wrote:

Bright Mode!!!! The killer of image quality rears its ugly head.

Well, Bright Mode is the default setting for the K-3. I did try the Natural setting briefly but found it way too dull. Perhaps to a RAW shooter, Natural may be ok. But when I chimp after taking a shot, I prefer seeing something on the rear screen that looks kind of like the real thing, not some desaturated version of it.


I hear you can adjust the contrast of those screens too, Mike...

Yes you can, I know. The challenge with these adjustments, at least for me, is to have something to look at "in the field" that will be accurately reflected by what I see on my computer screen. If you have the camera monitor too bright, you can end up with images that are underexposed when viewed on "the big screen".. Perhaps I need to use it in conjunction with the histogram or something.

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