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I do not seem able to change certain functions in the Main Menu. Specifically, I cannot change Color Management to Adobe RGB. Can anyone help me with this? Thank you.

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I suspect you're in DNG, which won't provide for any color management selection, unlike JPEG.

 

Glad you asked a digital question, Steve, since I'm sure I couldn't teach you anything new about film. BTW, this FAQ might be useful if you haven't already seen (see #2, for instance).

 

Jeff

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I always just leave my setting as DNG + Basic I believe it is called. It might be called somethng different since I never change it.

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