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Auto distortion control in D600


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"RE: Auto distortion control in D600"

luckyphoto Silver Member Nikonian since 27th Dec 2010
Mon 01-Jul-13 10:15 AM

This is personal choice - I keep Auto Distortion turned off for two reasons.
1. It's been proven to slow down the write speed to the buffer if you are shooting a burst at maximum frame rate. That's not something I normally do, but I hate to leave it on and forget to change it if I need to do a burst sequence.
2. I like more control over distortion correction, so I'll correct in Photoshop or another post process software. Sometimes selective distortion can add to an image.

Hope that helps,


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A general, generic topic Auto distortion control in D600 [View all] , chilli777 , Sat 29-Jun-13 05:28 AM
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