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D100 and Post Processing

Mike777

Stoke on Trent, UK
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"RE: D100 and Post Processing"

Mike777 Registered since 16th Sep 2002
Mon 06-Jan-03 06:12 PM

Brad,

I see posts like yours from time to time and I have to read them about 3 times to check that you are talking about the D100.

On an average type of scene in average light I would say 99% of my d100 pictures are sharp and well exposed. On high contrast or difficult lighting then I would say 95% and usually I can get what I want with a few tweaks on exp comp or white balance adjustment.

You must have a problem with the camera or maybe it is due to the earlier f/w. I hope it gets sorted for you.

Cheers.

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