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J. Ramon Palacios
Very nice. Looking forward to read your comments on D-lighting.
I'm still learning, thanks. Next I've got to figure out how to up load new technical info from Nikon.
Well jrp, Much appreciated, You have got me out of the comfort zone, I'm now on a mission to create a picture control Regards, Gary
I can't see any C1-AAASTANDARD-02 setting or something like that on my pitty D700 .((
Apologies I meant my old 75-150 got resurrected
Back to Nikon after 24 years away. D700 just arrived. My old 75-75mm got resurrected as 24-70 is awaited. Then I saw C1-AAASTANDARD-02 and my heart went thump. Then I rang my friend with Canon 1DS Mark 3 and suggested he have a look! Many many thanks now I just have to load it- but first a manual to read..many times over.
thanks for sharing again :)
Cathy, Nice of you to mention you liked it.
Judi, thank you, glad to hear you liked it.
Thank you, Bruce. The D2X comes with two built-in Menu selectable color spaces: sRBG (for web display) and Adobe RGB (for printing). These could be further refined in post-processing when using Nikon Capture (Tool Palette 2 - Advanced Raw) with D2X MODE I, Ia, II, III, IIIa, and B&W. Capture NX got more sophisticated allowing to select many different color spaces (Preferences > Color Management). Capture NX2 now also allows to select many different color spaces (with either Preferences > Color Management or through Adjust > Color Profile), but it also allow for Picture Control refinement with DX2MODE1, DX2MODE2 and DX2MODE3 when the image is made with a camera other than the D2X/D2Xs. One of those modes was likely imported into your camera for demonstration of Picture Control.
Thank you, thank you, thank you. This was the most useful thing that I have read in a long time. No over the top tech explanation that blows up my brain. Great analogies to films that I used and loved and have been searching for in the digital world. More of the same please!
Thanks for the great article, Thanks! My D700, which is also running firmware 1.02, did not come with picture control setting "C1-AAASTANDAR-02", but instead has one named "D2XMODE1". I wonder if they are the same?
great article jrp
Thank you. Very useful and user-friendly feature this Picture Control.
A very clean and clear explanation of 'Picture control' attributes. Thanks!