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Old Nov 10, 2003, 2:24 PM   #1
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Default No polarizer for the dx6490...


Well shoot, I was hoping that I could use filters on that camera.

I don't have much digital experience so I don't even know if a polarizing filter is all that necessary. Can you effectively enhance the colors that are typically blown out in the mid-day sun by some other method when shooting digitally? I just hate the washed out colors that I have gotten with my film camera when shooting in the bright sunlight.

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Old Nov 11, 2003, 9:13 AM   #2
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Kat,
You can adjust the exposure compensation if you are in Auto mode by using the jog dial. I would try -0.3 and then -0.7 for starters. I will usually do a bracket of 4 or 5 images if I'm not too happy with the lighting conditions to make sure I get the best exposure.



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