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03-26-2009, 09:11 PM   #1
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HDR filter

Ok, here is another one for you guys.

"Another question. Were they shot with the K200D? If so, maybe you could put that last one back on a card and then put the card in the 200D so that you could run the HDR filter option the camera offers. I'd really like to see that."

Is this even possible?

This is also the guy who thought it was real HDR a little while ago. He knows the difference between HDR and EDR now, but this new thought doesn't make sense to me

Is there really an HDR "filter" on the K200 and K20? and if so, can it be applied to an image once it has left the camera?

Im assuming yes to the last question if...
the image remained untouched(unedited and same file name) and left in the exact folders when inserted back into the camera.

03-26-2009, 10:40 PM   #2
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QuoteOriginally posted by jjeling Quote
Is there really an HDR "filter" on the K200 and K20? and if so, can it be applied to an image once it has left the camera?
Yeah, the "HDR" filter is one of the effects you can apply in-camera to JPEGs only, along with the B&W/sepia toning, slimming effect, color cast, etc. When viewing a single image in Playback, hit Fn then the left arrow.

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Im assuming yes to the last question if...
the image remained untouched(unedited and same file name) and left in the exact folders when inserted back into the camera.
It's picky but not quite that picky. The image filename and location need to match DCF specs, but you're free to name it something like SAMP0001.JPG and dump it in the nearest numbered folder. You'll probably need an unedited image to make it work, although a careful editing program can preserve enough data to keep the camera happy.

I tried processing a raw image on default settings with PPB, except for cropping it to an oddball size. The camera displays it, but I lost the histogram, ability to zoom, and it won't apply the filter effects. Any image that doesn't match the camera's built-in dimensions will probably behave the same way.

An image I cropped with IrfanView doesn't display at all. It's probably because of EXIF tampering or a missing thumbnail.

Last edited by Quension; 03-26-2009 at 10:53 PM. Reason: clarification
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