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d-100 different color modes question

vfnewman

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Thu 01-Aug-02 07:42 PM

I can't really tell you the difference between Mode I and III, but I can tell you this. Unless you are opening your images in Adobe Photoshop, and abiding by the color profile information, OR opening your images in Nikon Caputure and passing them to Photoshop, you should avoid mode II. It assigns a profile for Adobe RGB(1998) colorspace, and that will make colors look dull when viewed in any non-ICC-aware application (or Photoshop, if you don't handle the profiles correctly).

Other than that I can only hope that some knowledgeable and trustworthy reviewers like Thom Hogan or Moose Peterson will explain this better than Nikon did.

Victor Newman

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