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Old 07-28-2007, 04:34 PM   #21
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OK, thanks for that info. Here's another question:

I've noticed that many of the pictures I've seen taken with some of the newer cameras look a lot better than those taken with my 7-year-old cameras. Mine look flatter, less crisp.

So what's the difference? I'm guessing that much is due to "post-processing" that the newer cameras do. If I do some fix up work on my computer, I can get the same kind of improvements. Do you think this is the case?

Here's an example of a picture taken with a Canon Powershot S100 made around 2000:


Here's the same picture after some processing:
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I've noticed that many of the pictures I've seen taken with some of the newer cameras look a lot better than those taken with my 7-year-old cameras. Mine look flatter, less crisp.
If you're shooting in jpeg format right on the camera, I would highly suspect that is the case. Give some software guys 7 years and you can bet some huge improvements have been made.
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