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Quality Problem I have SONY DSC 717, indeed a unique one but I am facing problem with the quality of its snap. The photo becames paler (faded) in respect of its color and contrust. The quality (as we see in digital camera) is not up to the mark. Any advise for any technical adjustment in the camera or will help me a lot. Thanks.

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Re: Quality Problem

I had a Sony F707 for quite a number of photos before buying an F717. I found the F717 to underexpose by about 0.3EV relative to the F707, pretty consistently, so I just set the EV compensation on the F717 to +0.3EV most of the time. The F717's color balances tend to be neutral to cool compared to the F707's very (generally overly) warm, bright colors. This is a plus: you can easily snap them up in post processing where the F707's results sometimes clipped a lot due to the oversaturation. Of course, you have to make additional adjustments based on what kind of light values and contrast range the scene you're shooting has ...

Posted on Sep 13, 2005

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