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Michael J Davis
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      11-14-2004, 06:18 PM

For the last three years I have used a Fuji 6900Z which doesn't have
adjustment of colour saturation. - some of the red/yellows came out over
saturated, but in general the 'full saturation' has proved amenable to
Photoshopping.

Recently I bought a Panasonic FZ3. This has three saturation settings
which are 'natural' 'standard' & 'vivid'. Since I normally prefer to let
the camera do the least and add detail in Photoshop, I have set it to
'natural'.

What is the advice of the readers here, would you use a fixed setting or
use vivid on dull days and natural on sunny days. Or what?

Ta.

Mike
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