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Does the "Superior Auto" feature, when turned on, really take away the appearance of shadows in bright sunlight? That is the most stressful problem I encounter. If I take a picture on a beautiful sunny day and they face into the sun, they can't help squinting. If they face away from the sun, or it is overhead, there are shadows on the face. A hat makes shadows too. Does the Sony Superior Auto feature really fix this problem?
Answer
Since I haven't received a reply in more than a day, I will assume the Superior Auto mode is just an advertising ploy and doesn't really stop shadows on faces in sun shots.
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