Overide Developer settings
Testing are at final stage. The LPS is set at 93; LPM is 67.
Test at a worst condition under one candle light.
Use all of my bright lenses compare with Samsung 20-50 kit lens at iso 3200.
Five Lenses were used; an ISCO 50mm F1.9 had a good result for its excellence quality glass. Test photos attached.
Above setting is for NX200. NX100 settled at Line process step=33 & Line process mark=22. Test by many users, The result is better than default with override settings.
Please check from Dchome.net / Samsung pages. I can upload more as my quota for this month is limited.
I've been searching for your post mention about "overwriting the samsung nx sensor parameters in the hidden so-call Developer Menu". I read through your pose and to be frank, not much people get understand what you try to share or explain simply because they could hardly understand your language statement in both chinese and english.
And, i have the nx10 firmware 1.15(going to upgrade soon, wanna try your tricks before upgrade), and nx1000(firmware 1.10).
I tried the sequence you mention in the Hongkong chinese forum to activate the hidden Developer Menu, but really cant get it.
however i notice some guys from the forum actually did it, so i am really curious and interested to know How, and try to get understand your somehow very miserable language~~~
Sorry as i am also chinese which cant speak proper english too, would respect what 'secret' you have discovered and try to share with us. Thanks alot, and CAN YOU ASK SOMEONE TO TRANSLATE YOUR LANGUAGE ?
a proper description and guide of how to Overwrite Samsung Nx Sensor Parameters In The Hidden Developer Menu................... thanks alot dude!
give perfect update version 1.13 to ,
Now the Camera is in you can see and you can get state, no need to change.
About your , you can not enter in to Developer Menu after version 1.1,
Please refer to the nearest update.
repeat.. Samsung give perfect update 1.13 for NX100...
I dont know why for missing few words and can not edit now in DPR.
Like i said in an older thread. I think there's no link between LPS, LPM an imagequality.
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