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Color Managment Hi Does anyone know if you can set up a Colour Management for the E-20? Eg can I set so that the photo will be sRGB when written to the card? Or is just a case of converting it when it goes into Photo Shop?

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If you shoot on jpg, it's already sRGB. I don't know why you would choose to convert something to sRGB though unless you like sabotaging your images. Adobe 1998 has a wider color gamut.

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ICC profiles are pretty big, so you wouldn't want to waste valuable space on a memory card by attaching them to each image. As far as I know, no digital camera does this. So it is a case of remembering what colour space you shot it as and then assigning the image that profile when opening in PS. So it is not a case of converting, just assigning. In PS's colour settings, make sure to check "ask when opening" for missing profiles.

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