EOS 60D: In-Camera Processing
  Key Selling Points
In-Camera RAW Processing
 
Many Adjustment Options When Processing a RAW File
 

For the 1st time on an EOS camera, users can make JPEG copies of original RAW image files in-camera, using several different adjustment options, in addition to processing on a computer:

  • Brightness Adjustment changes the overall exposure ± 1 stop in
    1/3-stop increments.
  • White Balance (WB) completely resets the WB, including the full range of Kelvin WB, but not the Custom WB.
  • Picture Style applies any of the 6 preset styles or the 3 User-defined ones to change the Contrast, Sharpening, Color Saturation, or Color Tone.
  • Auto Lighting Optimizer changes the contrast for more shadow detail.
  • High ISO Noise Reduction changes the noise processing regardless of what ISO or noise reduction setting was used.
  • Quality sets the resolution and compression level for the JPEG including 2 new, quick, low-resolution settings – S2 at 1920x1280 for HDTVs and S3 at 720x480 for email and online applications.
  • Color Space offers a choice between standard sRGB or the wider-gamut Adobe RGB.
  • Peripheral Illumination Correction applies camera stored data about the lens to minimize vignetting.
  • Distortion Correction minimizes linear distortion to keep straight
    subject lines straight — again, using stored in-camera data about specific
    Canon lenses.
  • Chromatic Aberration Correction minimizes lens color fringing for
    sharper images.
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