I knew this day was coming. There are a number of cameras available now that have some editing functions built in to their software. As long as you certify that this was done "in-camera", I have to accept it. If it were done outside the camera, it definitely would not be acceptable.
I have a feeling that this is going to start a debate on post-processing. Even though this was done in the camera, it is still post-processing since it was done AFTER the picture was taken.
I am curious how this works. In the new line of Nikon DSLRs, the image is shot in raw mode and the edited image is saved as a jpg with the same name.