I did not touch the brightness setting in the lcd. It was set to default all this while. if there is such a discrepancy, how am I supposed to get the exposure right? Post-editing doesn't sound too right.Originally posted by taicw
Some reasons could be that your screen or image viewer might not be calibrated to the correct colour levels to be consistent with the subject and what is viewed through your LCD?
Or that your c2100 LCD was set to high brightness?
Hi Falcon, chk ur in-camera sharpening....is it set on SOFT, NORMAL or HARD????Originally posted by Falcon
Do you guys find that when you preview the images in your camera, it always appear vibrant even when you zoom in? But when u upload to your computer, the colors turn dull?
Are you facing the same problem? What is wrong?
a bit OTOriginally posted by syncmaster
In general i will agree with the others that you need to tune some settings , in your monitor .
About the camera , the firmware v352p-77 ,does offer one fix over the colors , and specialy in the reds and yellow .
Lets say that this firmware does help , but if you are having a bad monitor , or out of tune , any image will look bad in it .