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Old Feb 13, 2004, 4:04 AM   #11
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this is the photos data:

Image description OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA
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Make OLYMPUS OPTICAL CO.,LTD
Model C750UZ
Orientation upper left
X resolution 72
Y resolution 72
Software v753u-84
Datetime 2004:02:07 15:38:30
YCbCr positioning co-sited
Exposure time 1/320 s
F-number 3.7
Exposure program Creative program
ISO speed ratings 80
Date/time original 2004:02:07 15:38:30
Date/time digitized 2004:02:07 15:38:30
Component config YCbCr
Exposure bias value 0
Max. aperture value 3.8
Metering mode Pattern
Light source Unknown
Flash
Focal length 63 mm
User comment
Colorspace sRGB
Pixel X dimension 2288
Pixel Y dimension 1712

i havent used flash or anything like contrast effect
my canon a40 shot better pictures than this model,
i' ll return it to olympus to check it.
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Old Feb 13, 2004, 6:01 PM   #12
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From the details, I can see nothing that helps explain. I am not sure how you had that bright white wall so glaring. If that is typical, without flash, then this is NOT how the camera should behave. I think getting it checked out is worth a go. Don't give up. These are NOT a bad camera, actually.

I would be interested to hear what happens.
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Old Feb 13, 2004, 6:06 PM   #13
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Default Re: I've had this problem too!!!!!

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This is just s poor cam. Do what I am, return it!!!!!! Maybe some of these peope just don't want to admit it, but this cam is worthless!!!!!! Ie, terrible low light shooting, HIGH CA at zoom, ISo 400 unacceptable, no AF assist lamp. The list could continue, the fact is I have a $150 Fuji (2mp 2600z) that takes better photos!!!!
I have nothing to admit. When buying, I compared the 750 with a couple of others, and came down to this and a Fuji S602. The Fuji oictures were terrible compared to this. I deliberately asked the salesman to take the same shots, side by side, of different tbings. I was apalled at the edge banding, and colour glare that came from the Fuji. The saleman was trying to _sell_ me the Fuji. Maybe he had it set wrongly, trying to impress?
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Old Feb 13, 2004, 11:23 PM   #14
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Did the numbers tou you posted refer to the picture you showed as an example?

Your posted picture was quite small. I think I asked. Did you crop it a lot to get that result? Cropping and displaying large sis the same as zooming a lot, in the end.

The picture seems to have been taken in HQ mode (2218*1712). If I crop an _SHQ_ photo down to the size you posted, then I start to see some edge flare. at full-screen.

Still, not if I use HQ mode, and crop to 675*575. Even at full screen, there is none of what you are showing.
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Old Feb 14, 2004, 11:52 AM   #15
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yes, i do crop to show you the problem at full size image.
the data of the image are the right and i used HQ at 2218x1712
but even at the SHQ i have the same sesults.
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Old Feb 14, 2004, 11:48 PM   #16
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yes, i do crop to show you the problem at full size image.
the data of the image are the right and i used HQ at 2218x1712
but even at the SHQ i have the same sesults.
Sorry. More questions. What portion oif the whole image are we seeing on the Web? Did you go 1/10th across and down, or a quarter? Is it very small portion of the image?

Trouble is this image is at 200 Pixel per cm, and I am working at 72 pixels per inch. Rather than "do the math" and maybe get it wrong, I will simply ask.

If you crop really small, then you will get those edges.

Let's know. Again sorry for the questions.
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Old Feb 15, 2004, 4:44 PM   #17
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ok, this is the original image but i had to resized from 2218x1712
to smaller so to compress the file size(due to smaller size the problem isnt clear here!)



and here is an other shot, a stalactite with the same "purple" problem:


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Old Feb 15, 2004, 10:24 PM   #18
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Please see my private message reply to you
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