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Chrome setting on S5500

What does the Chrome setting do? The manual is a bit vague on the subject and I was wondering under what circumstances it might be useful... Thanking you in advance...

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Re: Chrome setting on S5500

The Chrome setting is simply for increasing a combination of contrast and saturation. BMW

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Re: Chrome setting on S5500

Hi: With my experience, I had the same camera model for one year, the Chrome settings gives more intense colors to your pictures, but you can only see the difference when you shoot with the same settings. If you make the experience you will see a slightly difference ;) Regards

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Re: Chrome setting on S5500

The Chrome setting on the F10 (would think it's the same for S5500) increases saturation. I works well for the F10 on certain scenario's. I have found that on the F10, it can introduce undesirable color shifts. You probably don't want to use this mode for skin tones and I have also found that under certain conditions it can give the sky a magenta tint. I have since gone back to the 'normal' setting and adjust for saturation in Photoshop. -Norm

Posted on Sep 04, 2005

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Shots are blurry


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You can download the instruction manual in PDF format by clicking this link.

To download the Quick Start guide, click here

You'll require Adobe PDF Reader installed on your computer to view the manual. If it is not already installed on your computer, download it free from: http://get.adobe.com/reader/

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I would like to download the owners manual for the S5500


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You can download the instruction manual in PDF format by clicking this link.

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I have s5500 fuji film please tell me whats sitting speed and oprercher with a vrey hot day full sunshine


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