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The quality of the image is affected by the signal-to-noise ratio.
In this example the signal level of the image is much stronger and higher than the original signal.
We notice less noise and a sharper edge.
The blue filter (wide yellow) of the camera compensates for the color and color saturation of the image.
Too much color saturation will increase the noise.
The green filter (middle part) helps recover more details, like small details such as the eye of the fish.
The red filter (dark shadow) increases brightness and contrast in the dark areas.
Applying the three filters at the same time results in the image shown here.
More details on our filters:
If you apply one single filter, the impact of changing the exposure time depends on the filters used.
For example, if you use a blue filter, changing the exposure time will have an impact on noise reduction, but not on color saturation.
The images are generated directly from the RAW file and are being used for illustration purposes only.
The following terms and instructions are only valid for our 40m Original Plus camera.
Find more information on how to use your 40m Original Plus.
If you are using the 40m Original Plus in RAW format, turn the drive-side AF-D dial of the camera (Figure 14) all the way counter-clockwise while pressing the OK button on the camera.
The camera now produces RAW files and directly displays the images on the monitor.
Figure 14: Turning the AF-D dial counter-clockwise while pressing the OK button on the camera turns the camera into the RAW format and shows the results directly on the monitor.
If you don’t know how to use your camera, visit our “Features & Adjustments” guide.
Recreate the example
The RAW files (DEMO_001_51 and DEMO_002_51) can be found in the folder \40m_Original Plus\Original Plus Photos
On your camera’s menu, go to the Setup menu, and select AF.
Then select the AF-S AF-C AF-IS AF-M setup and enable the Autofocus settings.
** To highlight AF-S, scroll to the right.
Select AF in the third column.
Scroll up until you see the AF-S or AF
With the Adaptive Equalization feature, you can achieve a set of quality-related and user-defined adjustments, such as Gamma, Contrast, Sharpness and Saturation.
As you can see above, you can play with different settings, including a custom setting.
The slider is the gain you would be using to prevent clipping of brightness when printing.
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Using the information in your image, the Adaptive Equalization option functions like a pair of sunglasses, allowing you to adjust both contrast and sharpness so details and surface marks, especially in shadowed portions of the photo, are easier to see.
The Lens Correction, the only Lens correction option not available in Picture and Slideshow as well as Camera Mode, helps to correct the aberration of your lens.
Lens correction is essential for every photographer as it is very important to obtain the perfect image. Without Lens correction, the image could be blurry, hard to see or distorted.
Lens Correction Description:
With Lens Correction, you can manipulate any lens for the perfect correction of its aberration. You can change the clearness, sharpness, distance or contrast of a photo, whatever it needs.
White Balance allows you to adjust the white balance of your photo, the color temperature, the color temperature is the temperature of the white to warm or cool according to the light. The White Balance can also be adjusted manually.
White Balance Description:
These White Balance can be adjusted easily in your camera, it can be set to automatically or manually depending on your needs.
At the top of the screen, you can see a small photo with different colors. Click on the little photo to see all the different white balance options.
Use the dial to choose the option you want.
Slight Level Changes allows you to adjust the brightness of the photo with an extra value if the image is too bright or too dark.
Slight Level Changes Description:
With this option, you can decrease or increase the brightness of the photo or images to obtain a perfect exposure or brightness of the images.
In the photo you see in the middle of the screen, you can see a small photo with different colors. Click on the little photo to see all the different brightness levels.
Use the dial to choose the level you want.
Special Effects allows you to adjust the Special Effects of your photo or image.
Special Effects Description:
With Special Effects, you can adjust the white balance, the contrast, the sharpness and the saturation of an image. You can also set the Part of the image that will be adjusted, the focus, the blend mode and the image’s aspect ratio.
At the top of the screen you can see a small photo with different colors. Click on the little photo to see all the different Special Effects options.
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With Adaptive Equalization you can enhance the light and the shadows in the image, to improve the brightness of the image.
This method removes unwanted noise and cleans up dead pixels.
Adaptive Equalization Method:
For the purpose of taking action on the photo, we need to understand the process. As we all know that by using the display screen or the TV screen, we were able to be able to get into the effect by using a Smartphone. However, we have to know that our eyes has its own limitation to see the difference that we can actually notice.
The same problem does exist here. Through the Smartphone, we still cannot notice the difference because we are not able to see the difference by our eyes.
The best way to know how our eyes really feel is to try it. So, right now what you have to do is to set the screen brightness of your device to maximum.
When you have finished adjusting the brightness of your device, set the device back to its default setting and then look at the photos again.
You will find a difference.
You’ll be able to spot things you weren’t able to see before.
So, if you really want to achieve the best picture, keep your screen brightness at the maximum level.
How to Adjust:
Navigate to the Settings menu.
Tap the Camera icon.
Scroll to the bottom of the menu and tap the Voice button.
Tap the Compose icon at the bottom left corner.
Select the Monochrome option.
Press the OK button.
The display will now show the available Monochrome Colors.
Tap on the ‘Automatic’ option.
Tap to select the color you prefer.
After that, press OK to exit the menu.
This will save the color preference you’ve made.
In order to apply the changes made to the camera, you have to exit the menu again, this time selecting the Monochrome option and then press the OK button.
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Turn off the phone which has the primary SIM.
Turn on the other SIM.
Switch back to your primary SIM.
Press the Volume Up button to open the notification panel.
Press the Menu button.
Choose the Settings option.
Press the Menu button to
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