Enhanced image tone options
When processing RAW files, you can select from six arrangement options*1 (image tone options available with Custom Image, a new feature on the K20D) in addition to five Picture modes*2 and nine Scene modes*3. (Version 3.5 and later)
*1 Bright, Natural, Portrait, Landscape, Vibrant, and Monochrome
*2 Picture (Portrait), Picture (Landscape), Picture (Macro), Picture (Moving Object) and Picture (Night Scene Portrait)
*3 Scene: Night Scene, Scene: Surf & Snow, Scene: Text, Scene: Sunset, Scene: Kids, Scene: Pet, Scene: Candlelight, Scene: Museum, and Scene: Food
Hue, Filter Effect, and Toning added to the Other settings panel
The following three options have been added to the Other settings panel (in version 3.5 and later): Hue (for changing the image color), Filter Effect (for tuning the shading resulting from the color differences in images processed in monochrome), and Toning (for fine-tuning the color in monochrome images).
The Pentax K10D User Review I started in June 2007 has just reached today 20,000 views It provides the average user point of view in complement to the more technical analysis provided by Gordon Laing, whose video-tour was instrumental in my choice.
The K20D has been launched and is available now. Donâ€™t miss the opportunity of the coverage provided by both the Camera Labs review and forum. Just lend one camera to Gordon Laing and one to me for a couple of weeks, so each of us, the former in Australia, the later in France, could deliver and share the same highly watched technical and user reviews
Best regards from France,
Pentax K10D + DA* 16-50 + DA* 50-135mm + AF-540FGZ + BG2
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