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Change the color space from sRGB to Adobe RGB.

By default, your camera captures images using the sRGB color mode, which simply refers to an industry-standard spectrum of colors. The sRGB color mode was created to help ensure color consistency as an image moves from camera to monitor and printer.

However, the sRGB color spectrum leaves out some colors that can be reproduced in print and onscreen, at least by some devices. So, as an alternative, your camera also enables you to shoot in the Adobe RGB color mode — which includes a larger spectrum of colors.

If you want to capture images in Adobe RGB instead of sRGB, you can make the adjustment via the Color Space option on Shooting Menu 2.

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