I've searched the archives and web, but did not find a real conclusive answer (if there is any)..
I'm tempted to switch the sharpening OFF in the D100, and do sharpening during post-process. Still, I'm doubting if it is really necessary to do so. Any guidelines when to do what?
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#1. "RE: D100 sharpening...." | In response to Reply # 0pmirror Registered since 24th Nov 2002Tue 28-Jan-03 11:09 AM
You should search in Nikonians. There's so many threads about it. Although it still made me confuse of so much knowing of the issue. Victor Newman, BJ, Signata, and MANY more is always come with good technical answer.
Me, in the land of confusion, still looking is there any new trick of sharpening. D100 sharpening issue is really something, isn't it
PS. Of course, there are many point of view of how sharp is a sharp picture.
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#2. "RE: D100 sharpening...." | In response to Reply # 1guyb Registered since 11th Apr 2002Tue 28-Jan-03 06:09 PM
The quick answer is if in-camera sharpening looks good to you, use it. It will take less time to complete the imaging process from shot taking to print or posting.
If you want the absolute best quality do it in post processing. Every image is slightly different, so if you do the sharpening in Photoshop you can obtain the best sharpness for that exact image and not a sharpening based on an "average" of several images.