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    Nice definition, especially on the sunbirst pattern of the dial.

    What color is the backround - is it a pinkish rose? Did you use artificial light? Did you do any adjusting to the white balance?

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    What a great pic! Love the definition of the dial & the way your camera captures it. Very nice!

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    Default Thank you>>>

    I bought a new camera, a Nikon Coolpix S9100 two weeks ago.
    Noticed at once that the camera had potential, but I found first not to the correct settings. Now I think I made ​​it.
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    I have used a light tent with lamp from the left and right. I have not not used so much light. I am a bit surprised that the watch dial is little bronze color. It is a bit more yellow.
    Attach a picture I took today



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    You just need to change the setting for the type of light your shooting in.

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    Default Thanks Dennis>>>>

    I appreciate your advice but unfortunately it does not help.
    I have photographed in a completely white room with a light tent. Not so much white light was used when the camera has a very good lens. I always use position: lamp, when I shoot in a tent, never automatically. I've tried RGB and switched colors too and change the shutter speed but it does not change color. It is still a little bronze. If I shoot in daylight outside so I think it will be perfect or I shoot with warm colors in the room. I'm very happy with the camera and can recommend it, cheap and sharpness.
    Accompany an older picture and it has less bronze color, probably because it was a different light around.

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    Have tried with different backgrounds and it got better. Same camera settings as before.


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