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Old Dec 14, 2016, 7:35 AM   #11
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Old Dec 15, 2016, 11:46 AM   #12
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Based on the EXIF settings, I'd set everything to the default settings (check your owner's manual to determine if there's a "reset to factory default" function. Take some pictures under similar lighting conditions and confirm that the camera is producing acceptable images. The colors in your images look oversaturated probably due to the "high" setting. I'd also adjust the hardness to a "normal" setting and adjust sharpness using a photo editor.

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Hi: I sent you a message here at this website with some recommendations for your E-3 based on the photos that you posted. Let me know if you have any questions. I'm always glad to help.
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Thanks Steven R for your help. I adjusted to your settings and it helps a lot.
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Thanks Steven R for your help. I adjusted to your settings and it helps a lot.
Glad to help anytime, and I'm sure as you get more practice with the E-3 you will really come to like it and appreciate its capabilities. Don't hesitate to ask any questions at any time over in the Olympus dslr forum here at Steve's-Digicams.
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