Vignette control reduces “vignetting”—a drop in brightness at the edges of a photograph—by an amount that varies from lens to lens. Its effects are most noticeable at maximum aperture.
|e||[High]||Choose the amount of vignette control performed from (in order from high to low) [High], [Normal], and [Low].|
|[Off]||Vignette control disabled.|
Depending on the scene, shooting conditions, and type of lens, JPEG images may exhibit “noise” (fog) or over-processing at the edge of the frame that introduces variations in peripheral brightness. In addition, custom Picture Controls and preset Picture Controls that have been modified from default settings may not produce the desired effect. Take test shots and view the results in the monitor.