Nikon D50 Review
Image parameters (contd).
Color saturation adjustment
Saturation adjustment allows you to control the strength of color in the final image. The latitude of adjustment in this case is probably about right without getting into really de-saturated images or over saturated color which may channel clip. Note that on the D50 these settings are labelled as 'Moderate, Normal and Enhanced', for brevity we have used -1, 0 and +1 below.
Color hue adjustment
The hue adjustment setting allows you to make some subtle changes to the hue output of the image, it is useful for compensation of hue shifts caused by certain artificial light, a negative setting makes color appear more blueish, a positive setting makes color appear more yellowish. The D50 provides a range of -9° to +9° hue shift.
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