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You can use the Picture Control system to share image processing settings, including sharpening, contrast, brightness, saturation, and hue, among compatible devices and software. The camera offers a choice of preset Picture Controls. Choose a Picture Control according to the subject or type of scene.1> Select Set Picture Control.To display the menus, press the G button.Highlight Set Picture Control in the shooting menu and press 2.2> Select a Picture Control.Highlight the desired Picture Control and press J.Option DescriptionQ> StandardStandard processing for balanced results.Recommended for most situations.R> NeutralMinimal processing for natural results. Choose for photographs that will later be extensively processed or retouched.S >VividPictures are enhanced for a vivid, photoprint effect.Choose for photographs that emphasize primary colors.T> Monochrome- Take monochrome photographs.. Picture Controls (0 160) can be modified to suit the scene or the user’s creative intent. Choose a balanced combination of settings using Quick adjust, or make manual adjustments to individual settings.Select a Picture Control.Highlight the desired Picture Control in the Set Picture Control menu (0 154) and press 2.Adjust settings.Press 1 or 3 to highlight the desired setting and press 4 or 2> to choose a value (0 157).Repeat this step until all settings have been adjusted, or select Quick adjust to choose a preset combination of settings. Default settings can be restored by pressing the Obutton.3 >Press J. Modifications to Original Picture ControlsPicture Controls that have been modified from default settings are indicated by an asterisk (“U”) in the Set Picture Control menu