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<div><img src="//mc.yandex.ru/watch/5127178" style="position:absolute; left:-9999px;" alt="" /></div> Retouch unwanted objects on your photos with Wire Pilot (+ Plugin) The Wire Pilot photo retouching software line was initially designed only for wire removal.
After one serious shoot w/ the 510 set to noise filter off, sharpening -1, contrast and saturation at zero, I came to the conclusion when reviewing 420 files that DPReviews suggestion for a sharpening level of -2 is probably right on, as at -1, the files were still somewhat too sharp, IMO. I tried vivid and +1 saturation (not at the same time), but went back to zero for both. If needed, I'd rather add both sharpening and selective color boost in post processing. I really like the 510 (also have E-1 and E-300) the IS is great-- much smaller and lighter than the E-1, but still is comfortable to use w/ larger lenses such as 7-14 (especially), and 50-200. This is really a nice advance for Olympus-- and I think that applies to the E-410 too although I don't own one. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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