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Morty E Registered since 12th Dec 2006Fri 22-Mar-13 03:56 AM
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"D7100 vs D7000 Settings"


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What setting changes have you made in the D7100, as compared to how you set up your D7000? For example, I find it unnecessary to jack up sharpness, as properly focussed images are really quite sharp.

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jonmcguffin Registered since 16th Mar 2013Fri 22-Mar-13 05:14 AM
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It is true though that if you only shoot RAW these types of picture setting have no effect correct?

  

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elec164 Silver Member Nikonian since 15th Jan 2009Fri 22-Mar-13 11:36 AM
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>It is true though that if you only shoot RAW these types of
>picture setting have no effect correct?

Depends on the software you use. Nikon's ViewNX2 and CaptureNX2 will read and apply the camera Picture Control settings when converting the raw data. Generally third party software such as Adobe Lightroom or Photoshop cannot access that data and instead reverse engineers it's own presets.

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VR8 Silver Member Nikonian since 04th May 2008Fri 22-Mar-13 11:21 AM
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Check out e4 separate flash compensation from ev compensation, only on D4 and the D7100

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billD80 Silver Member Nikonian since 22nd Jan 2007Fri 22-Mar-13 11:46 AM
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I've stayed with "Standard" mode for color rendition.

I've left D-Lighting on AUTO.

I set the sharpening to '5', up from '3', not because '3' isn't tremendously sharp, but because '5' is a tad "sharpererer" .

I'm shooting in RAW, second SD card as backup... With the battery grip, I'm using only one battery, in the grip, not in the camera.

Really everything I had on the D7000, I'll probably do now.




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