A&P Nikon guys: Is this from D-lighting?

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  1. adamlewis88

    adamlewis88 New Member

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    I can only figure that its from D-lighting being on high (I forgot -.-). That was the only thing that was on so I figure its the only thing that could have done it. I think from now on, Ill leave it off and just apply it later if I need it.

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    I'd say so. DL on high is pretty significant. As with all post-processing, obviously it's better to do on the computer than in camera
     
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    Yeah. I had used it before and liked it but I think I had it on Auto. Im with you now...Id rather just do it myself later if I think it needs it.
     
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    It's kind of a cool feature just for mindless point and shoot I guess.. typically the results with are better than without, I think.. but mroe control later is still better
     

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