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Which Camera settings are best

(Topic created on: 19-07-2023 07:22 PM)
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rlee22
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I've been experimenting with the different camera modes, usually it's to take pictures and videos outside, (of my dog and I also love photography in general) the inside shots I try to take with expert raw dimming the exposure. 
But in normal "photo" mode I'm just wondering which setting is the best for optimum outside shots. Colour and detail are the priority for my pictures. Thanks in advance people🥰
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BandOfBrothers
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Hi @rlee22 

Personally I choose the 200mp setting and have scene optimiser setting to Off and that's about it for me.

There's so many settings available I'm sure one of the more adventurous photo taking members here will only be too happy to share their advice too.


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Glenntech
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Camera settings will be completely dependent on the subject matter, exposure, lighting etc
Generally, like @BandOfBrothers. I will use 200mp camera.
But if needing a quick snap, will just use default settings.
If I have time to set up, I will use Pro mode and Expert RAW.

If you intend to edit, or want the most amount of detail. Then Expert RAW will capture the most amount of information.
But RAW files are meant to be edited.