S90 i-contrast

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Postby bearfoot206 » Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:51 am

Should I enable the i-contrast function? It seems the sharpness of the pic is better if I disable the i-contrast, should it be the case? Thanks!
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Postby James » Thu Mar 03, 2011 6:29 pm

I dunno, it sounds like a good thing to turn O-F-F.

I find O-F-F to be very useful, it is my favorite TV station and radio station too and if there were there a game console in my life and had I not already shot it full of holes it would be O-F-F also.

James (N), over, O-F-F and out
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Postby bvanant » Thu Mar 03, 2011 9:31 pm

There are good technical reasons to keep it off that are slightly different than our favorite curmudgeon's view that auto anything should be off and real men (and women) can fend for themselves. I would leave it off for shooting but would occasionally use it for looking at pics in-camera.

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