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Old Mar 3, 2003, 4:24 PM   #1
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Default question about image quality

I was comparing the sample pictures taken with different cameras from this web site (thanks, Steve). It looks like pictures from some cameras have an "edge" between two objects next to each other. If you look at the building picture taken with Fuji 601 (the picture with 3M pixels), the blue sky is above the red roof. You would think the pixels for the sky would be next to the red pixels of the roof. But when I zoom in, I saw a thin layer of white pixels between the red and blue ones. This forms a white line even if you look at it at 100% zoom level.

I was thinking this is some artifacts of the camera. But it was not mentioned in the review. Anybody knows what this is?

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Old Mar 5, 2003, 2:34 AM   #2
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My guess would be that the in-camera sharpening
algorithm has overdone things slightly leading to
over-emphasised edges.

It could be that the Fuji 601 allows you to adjust this.
Certainly many digicams have this adjustment in the
menu structure.

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