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Old Oct 15, 2006, 9:32 PM   #21
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If S900 users continue to perceive a soft result from the camera... why not use the in camera setting of HARD instead of STD for sharpness. I have not tried this myself, but it would likely give the degree of edge sharpness people feel is missing...

I'll take some test shots and see what the difference is.
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Old Oct 16, 2006, 4:22 AM   #22
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Hi Clyde

I wishI still had my S7000 instead of the 9500. Would gladly do a swap with one in mint condition. Any offers anyone?

Am awaiting the test on the Pentax K10D as I think I will go true DSLR route

Also an Olympus IXUS is800 for the pocket.
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Old Oct 16, 2006, 4:29 AM   #23
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Have tried to get better sharper results by settingS9500 to HARD, result is slightly better but still get softer images than I would like. This only works on A or P and manual settings

Full auto unaffected.




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Old Oct 16, 2006, 11:16 AM   #24
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I leave all the settings in their default position in my S9000. I routinely batch process all of my images using a Photoshop action that I have created. Part of that action uses a custom setting in the Smart Sharpen filter. It does an excellent job on my images. They are very sharp.

I know a lot of you don't want to bother with postprocessing. But for me it is just part of the routine. About 90 percent of it is completely automated. It's worth the little extra effort.
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