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Old Apr 27, 2010, 6:34 AM   #271
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Like I still think about saturated red and think I'm not an expert on this, it's just an opinion.
It's mentioned in reviews also that the TX7 and HX5V over-saturate reds. I have noticed it in my own HX5V shots as well. It's a minor issue but it's not in your imagination.
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Old Apr 27, 2010, 8:45 AM   #272
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Thank you for responding, same thing happens to me with my current T900, so my question about buying Sony or Panasonic tx7/hx5v Tz10. With my old P150 it took pictures of my car is orange metallic (metallic red with yellow, which makes it look orange) and out perfect color photos, with the T900 barely get the orange effect, often making only the red and so with several other things.
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Old Apr 27, 2010, 2:52 PM   #273
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It's mentioned in reviews also that the TX7 and HX5V over-saturate reds. I have noticed it in my own HX5V shots as well. It's a minor issue but it's not in your imagination.
I am wondering what's the cause of this red over-saturation with Tx7 and Hx5v... is it caused by camera's internal software or lens, or sensor? Just curious
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Old Apr 28, 2010, 6:59 AM   #274
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TX7
red is NOT over saturated ... IT IS SO, IT'S RED ! Put away your pink glasses ...










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Old Apr 28, 2010, 10:25 AM   #275
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TX7
red is NOT over saturated ... IT IS SO, IT'S RED ! Put away your pink glasses ...









Do not be angry donald duck, your photos are excellent and I love your camera, but this overexposed red, please take a picture of something red that has some detail to see it on the net exposed. Because it gives the impression of being painted with watercolor. Thanks
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Old Apr 28, 2010, 11:15 AM   #276
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I am wondering what's the cause of this red over-saturation with Tx7 and Hx5v... is it caused by camera's internal software or lens, or sensor? Just curious
Sony's processing I would imagine. In some cases it helps add (what I find to be) a pleasant warmth to images. In other cases, like the ones above, it goes horribly awry.

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red is NOT over saturated ... IT IS SO, IT'S RED ! Put away your pink glasses ...
Sorry Donald but it is so you need to put away your rose-colored glasses. Stop getting personally offended when someone points out a flaw with the camera.
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Old Apr 28, 2010, 5:27 PM   #277
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Two pictures for people which are counting pixels, comparing ISOs and have built-in sensors to distinguish 33.333 sorts of RED.

ONE with SONY TX7, ONE with CANON 550D



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Excellent photos, you'll have drawn something red flash indoors? and some that is not just macro? Thanks
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