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In JPEG Fine mode, there is a certain softness to the final images, as this 600x600 crop of a 100% resolution image shows.
Converting a RAW file image in Photoshop with 50% sharpening produces far more detail and better contrast than the camera-processed JPEG.
In the normal colour optimisation mode, colours are slightly muted, and lack punch and contrast.
In vivid colour mode however the image is over-sharpened and the contrast and saturation are set way too high. The image looks over-processed and fake.
Scores In Detail
- Image Quality