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Old Feb 11, 2005, 1:01 PM   #1
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My FX7 has three settings under "Picture Adjustment",
natural, standard, and vivid. I assume most if not all of the Lumix lines have the same settings in the program menu.

Panasonic says the "natural" setting will "help eliminate noise in pictures taken in darker places"

Anyone ever play with these three settings? Under what circumstances (if any) would they actually be helpful?

From what I understand, it's easier to sharpen a picture taken in 'natural' mode than to smooth a picture taken in 'vivid' mode. So far, all I have tried is the standard (default) mode.
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Old Feb 11, 2005, 1:07 PM   #2
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My FX7 has three settings under "Picture Adjustment",
natural, standard, and vivid. I assume most if not all of the Lumix lines have the same settings in the program menu.

Panasonic says the "natural" setting will "help eliminate noise in pictures taken in darker places"

Anyone ever play with these three settings? Under what circumstances (if any) would they actually be helpful?

From what I understand, it's easier to sharpen a picture taken in 'natural' mode than to smooth a picture taken in 'vivid' mode. So far, all I have tried is the standard (default) mode.
Yes we all have them, the only changes I made to my FZ10 was Sharpness=High and set the exposure bias to 1/3. Hmmm maybe if I put sharness back to normal I will get less noise.
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