A wide view of the classic overlook of the Mittens, Merrick Butte, et al.
Ron Schott (June 23, 2010, 09:09PM
I agree, it's pretty obvious on this one.
Unfortunately this was taken with the i-Contrast
set to "Off", yet it still does it.
Turning off the "Auto Lighting
Optimizer" on my new T2i was one of the first
things I did based on your advice on the forum (forum.gigapan.org/viewtopic.php?f=6
&t=736). Alas, it looks like this is just
something I cannot fix on the SX10IS.
David Pivin (June 23, 2010, 08:11PM
Ron, You can see the impact of Canon's Digic-4
chip's contrast optimizer around the buttes
and clouds on your SX10. The control on the SX10
is called i-Contrast. It is on by default. On the
T2i it has 4 levels and is called Auto Lighting
Optimizer. I discovered this with my first outdoor
test gigapan and have seen it on many uploaded
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