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S70 Sharpness The Sony S-70 defaults to "0" under SHARPNESS. Does anyone know what this scale corresponds to? Is "0" no software enhancement? Is "-2" no enhancement? If "0" is no enhancement, then what would, -1 and -2 mean? And why would you ever want to "unsharpen" a photo? -- Thanks, Frank Gruger

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Re: S70 Sharpness

If S70 is like 505V for the issue, -2 appears to be the "no enhancement". I have no idea why they don't start from 1 to 5.

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