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[Question] How do I adjust contrast and sharpness settings? (Image Settings)

The GR DIGITAL III allows you to control picture quality by adjusting vividness (color depth), contrast, sharpness, and color from [ Image Settings] in the Shooting menu.

If [Black & White], [B & W (TE)], [Setting 1] or [Setting 2] has been selected, individual values on Contrast, Sharpness, etc., can be adjustable.

Option/Screen display Description
Black & White
Black & White
Take photos in black and white. Contrast and sharpness can be adjusted manually in five levels.
B & W (TE) *1
B & W (TE)
Create monochrome photos with a sepia, red, green, blue or purple tint for the toning effect. In addition, vividness, contrast, and sharpness can be adjusted manually in five levels.
Setting 1
Setting 1
You can set the original image quality by adjusting [Vividness], [Contrast], [Sharpness] and [Colors]. [Vividness], [Contrast] and [Sharpness] can each be adjusted in five levels. In [Colors], there are options for [Hue] and [Vividness], and each of them can be adjusted with [Orange], [Greens], [Blues], [Reds] and [Magenta]. These color settings also have five levels.
Setting 2
Setting 2
  • *1 [TE] : "Toning Effect".

  • * Contrast has no effect in [Dynamic Range Double shot] mode.

The procedures for changing Image settings are shown below.

1 Press the [MENU/OK] button in Shooting mode.
1 Press the [MENU/OK] button in Shooting mode.
The shooting menu appears. In the SCENE mode, select the [MODE] tab by pressing Left. Then press Down once to display the Shooting menu.
The shooting menu appears.

2 Press Down or Up to select [Image Settings], and then press Right.
2 Press down or up to select [Image Settings], and then press right.

3 Press Down or Up to select [Black & White], [B & W (TE)], [Setting 1] or [Setting 2], and then press Right.

4 • The figure below is the example where [Black & White] has been selected.
Press Down or Up to select the item, and then adjust the setting with Left or Right.

The figure below is the example that [Black & White] is selected.

• The figure below is the example where [B & W (TE)] has been selected.
Press Down or Up to select the item, and then adjust the setting with Left or Right.

The figure below is the example that [B & W (TE)] is selected.
Select [Toning Effect] and press Right. Press Down or Up to select the item, and press Left to save the setting.
Select [Toning Effect] and press right. Press down or up to select the item, and press left to save the setting.

• The figure below is the example that [Setting 1] or [Setting 2] is selected.
Press Down or Up to select the item, and then adjust the setting with Left or Right.

The figure below is the example that [Setting 1] or [Setting 2] is selected.
In [Colors], press Right to display the screen shown below. Press Down or Up to select the item, and then adjust the setting with Left or Right. Press the [MENU/OK] button to fix the setting.
In [Colors], press right to display the screen shown below. Press down or up to select the item, and then adjust the setting with left or right. Press the [MENU/OK] button to save fix the setting.

5 Press the [MENU/OK] button to complete the settings and return to the Shooting menu.

6 Press the [MENU/OK] button. Or, press Left and then press the [MENU/OK] button.
The settings are fixed and the symbol appears on the screen.


Image settings can be changed by pressing the ADJ lever if [Image Settings] has been assigned to the ADJ. lever.


 
Answer ID: EDCG09313
Date created: October 22, 2009
Date modified: July 6, 2010
Product: GR DIGITAL III
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware Operations
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