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In order to use the rear LCD to compose pictures (as opposed to using the optical viewfinder), you must put your camera into "Live View" mode. On the 600D (and all other recent Canon SLRs), this is done by pressing the button marked with a camera icon and a red dot which is just to the right of the viewfinder: It is worth noting that using the rear LCD ...


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You can't, you can see why with a simple experiment: Walk into a very well lit room, set the camera to aperture priority (Av) and select reasonable exposure values (for example, f/5.6, ISO 400) also set the camera to capture raw files Turn off all the lights so that the room is fairly dark, take a picture of one of the walls (if you don't have a tripod it ...


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The JPG image embedded in the NEF file is just one way of interpreting the raw information to make a final picture. It is the automatic conversion done in the camera. This is the conversion used to show you what the picture looks like on the monitor in the camera. They have to pick something. Nikon also encrypts the information so that you can't do the ...


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In general, most camera LCDs are much higher contrast and much higher saturation than a general purpose computer monitor. They are tweaked this way because it makes the images look more vibrant on a small and low resolution display, but without more careful adjustment, they would look very artificial on a larger, higher resolution display at the same ...


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As put in the comment, the colored halo is moire (helped a lot by the RGB pixel of the screen that plays havoc with the the Bayer filter in the camera). The distortion seems a combination of normal wide angle lens distortion and a non perfectly parallel camera/screen position. You can avoid all this by taking a screenshot of your desktop (OS dependent; ...


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When you open the embedded jpeg most applications will render it the same because it is already in a standardized format that includes specific instructions on how the data should be displayed. The RAW data in your NEF file has already been converted by the camera based on either the default settings or whatever settings you have selected before you took the ...


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This is obviously not normal operation, and neither should you debug yourself. Get a Nikon technician and have him fix this.



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