Sat 18-Aug-12 11:07 PM | edited Sat 18-Aug-12 11:47 PM by ColColt
>When you load the image, and if you have enough time to do >it, try double-clicking the magnifying glass icon to punch the >image up to 100% _before_ the "updating image" >message goes away.
It wasn't near as noticeable when I tried that but I seldom bump up to 100% unless altering the sharpness.
> >If sharpness doesn't get reduced at 100% after the updating >image message goes away, you're probably seeing the result of >dithering. IOW at 25% you're only seeing 1 in 4 of the >available pixels. Something's gotta go and edges are not >immune. > >Don't know what to suggest about the thumbnails. I still had the photos on the card I last used and compared the previews with the thumbnails and they are much sharper so, it has to have something to do with NX2 and the way it displays the thumbnails. >
I know the thumbnails were clearer before and can't understand what happened. I don't think they should look that way.
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