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Old Aug 21, 2007, 6:20 PM   #11
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See the following review for a thorough discussion of the problem with illustrations:


His recommendation on what to do if you wishto avoid or minimize post-processingis quoted below (similar to what others have already posted here):

So what's the bottom line here? Shooting JPEGs straight out of the box isn't a good idea, as they'll be soft and dull in color. You can resolve this by shooting RAW, increasing in-camera sharpening/contrast/saturation, or just using the bright image tone setting. Once you do I think you'll be more than pleased with the K10's output.
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Old Aug 21, 2007, 6:53 PM   #12
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Thanks for the link. Pretty much what my friend has been telling lazy old me. This winter when I have more time I will learn what I need to get the potential out of this camera.

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Old Aug 21, 2007, 7:17 PM   #13
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More analysis..

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