Adjust clarity manually or select "A" to let the camera adjust clarity
automatically. Depending on the scene, shadows may appear around bright objects or
halos may appear around dark objects at some settings. Clarity is not applied to movies.
Modifying Picture Controls: Clarity +4.00
Modifying Picture Controls: Clarity -2.00
Modifying Picture Controls: Clarity 0.00
"Clarity" is a subset of "Sharpness", but one that increases or decreases the difference
in brightness among ten neighboring pixels. As a result, increasing clarity brings
out larger details, making portrait subjects more dignified or landscapes more dramatic.
Reducing clarity has a softening effect similar to a soft-focus lens for softer, gentler
portraits and brighter, lighter, snapshot-style landscapes. Choose a setting according
to your creative intent.
01. Select a Picture Control.
Highlight the desired Picture Control in
the Picture Control list and press the multi selector right.
02. Adjust settings.
Press the multi selector up or down to highlight
"Clarity" and press the multi selector left or right to choose a value in increments
of 1, or rotate the sub-command dial to choose a value in increments of 0.25. Repeat
this step until all settings have been adjusted, or select a preset combination of
settings by using the multi selector to choose Quick adjust.
can be restored by pressing the Delete button.
03. Press OK.
Picture Controls that have been modified from default settings
are indicated by an asterisk (“*”) in the Set Picture Control menu.
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