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The Nikon D300s Cuts Down Retouch Menu September 8, 2009

Posted by Lawrence Oei in Editor Notes.
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I guess Nikon D300s shooters are expected to shoot straight, perform their own distortion control and carry a real fish eye lens. Because all this control items are removed on the Nikon D300s Retouch menu (compared to that found on Nikon D90)!

So, if you are missing those features, either do them via software or revert shooting on the Nikon D90! Or better still, improve your orientation skills via the virtual horizon and shoot RAW to apply fish eye distortion via post processing. But in return, I now get movie editing features on my Nikon D300s.

Its not a perfect world you know…

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