cap­ture set­tings:

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Canon D-SLR users will be fa­mil­iar with much of the EOS R’s func­tion­al­ity, in­clud­ing the eight ‘Pic­ture Style’ pre­sets (plus three cus­tomis­able), mul­ti­ple ex­po­sure fa­cil­ity, multi-shot HDR cap­ture, multi-shot noise re­duc­tion, and both ‘High­light Tone Pri­or­ity’ and ‘Auto Light­ing Op­ti­miser’ pro­cess­ing for dy­namic range ex­pan­sion. ‘Dual Pixel RAW’ (DPRAW) cap­ture was in­tro­duced on the 5D IV and utilises the very slight vari­a­tion in per­spec­tive be­tween the two sets of image data from the sen­sor’s side-by-side pho­to­di­ode sets to en­able some slight ad­just­ments (which also means these files are twice the size of stan­dard RAW cap­ture). The pro­cess­ing op­tions are called ‘Image Mi­cro-Ad­just­ment’, ‘Bokeh Shift’ and ‘Ghost­ing Re­duc­tion’. In-cam­era lens cor­rec­tions are pro­vided for vi­gnetting, dis­tor­tion, chro­matic aber­ra­tions and dif­frac­tion. ‘Dig­i­tal Lens Op­ti­miser’ cor­rec­tion lever­ages the faster ‘DiG!C 8’ pro­ces­sor and the RF mount’s faster in­ter­face. In-cam­era edit­ing func­tions in­clude RAW-to-JPEG con­ver­sion.

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