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abuyck Registered since 23rd Jul 2002
Mon 03-Nov-08 08:59 PM

If this has been asked I apologize. I am a amateur hobbyist that has just been fortunate enough to add a D300 to my gear. I still have my D200. I have often shot my D200 with vivid settings and have gotten very good color saturation and color accuracy. I have noticed that my D300 has so many more options, and it appears be more sensitive to vivid type settings. I set the picture control to vivid and +2 saturation and it looks like the skin tones lean toward a reddish tint. My outside landscape shots look a lot "warmer" with the increased saturation. I am sorry for the basic question, but is there a way to try to get these two cameras similiar in output so when I use two bodies on a shoot, they will provide very similiar results? Thank you for any guidance.