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Old Aug 16, 2006, 9:59 AM   #11
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Very nice!

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Old Aug 16, 2006, 4:54 PM   #12
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Even before I owned a kodak, I had read complaints about kodak's color science image processor in regard to over-saturization. Most colors, especially greens, come out very bright and vibrant but reds seem to bleed and blend with surrounding shades unless there is alot of contrast between the two. This isn't unique to kodak though, in fact the only company who I haven't seen compaints of this with is canon and their digic/digicII chipsets.

Try bumping the sharpness and/or contrast up to high? That might provide a cleaner line to discern the colors...
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Old Aug 17, 2006, 8:20 PM   #13
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Or you can go with normal saturation setting and move the exposure compensation down a stop or two! Try bracketing the photo this way and for every three shots you should get one good one. Also a neutral density filter especially a graduated one will help keep from blowing out the highlights!

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Old Aug 18, 2006, 7:21 AM   #14
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I like the high saturation on both my Kodak cameras. Looks good to me, reminds me of Ektachrome slides as oposed to Kodachrome.

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