EZ Hi-Def Q&A

EZ Hi-Def Q&A

Q: What is EZ Hi-Def. device? 


A: EZ Hi-Def. is a brilliant invention to bring Digital Photography to next level in High-Definition quality in the simple design that it’s never seen before. Whatever conditions your photograph will be much better than before with this invention. Fig. 1.


Fig. 1     

Q: How does EZ Hi-Def. device work? 

A: The invention use two principal lighting theories, they’re reflection and collection. The lighting hit the Default bars of EZ Hi-Def. device, they get multiple lighting reflection directions (like 3D) and they give more lighting to camera photo sensor to get better image quality…Like High-Definition quality. Fig. 2.


Fig. 2     

Q: What is minimum requirement for camera to use EZ Hi-Def. device?

A: EZ Hi-Def. works all Digital Cameras with 8 Megapixels minimum. 

Q: How does EZ Hi-Def. device use on camera? 

Prefer EZ Start Up Guide.

Q: Does any special required to use EZ Hi-Def. device?

A: For the best result, we prefer Pre-Setup camera. 

Q: How can I see the differences between with/without using EZ Hi-Def. device?

A: The easy way to see right away after taking a photo: 

                * Zoom in maximum on your camera LCD monitor. 

                ** View on Histogram chart. 

                *** View on big screen monitor. 

                **** Make sure your photo gets good focus (not blurry).

                   ***** You can see our sample photos for comparison with/without EZ Hi-Def. device     

            by the link below:


Q: Why do we need Pre-Setup camera?

A: Enhancement functions camera will be compensated photo quality. We recommend Pre-Setup camera and how/why they need it in step by step (for Canon):

– Step #1 (Program mode): Camera is calculated the best Aperture and Shuttle speed and ready to point and shoot.

                     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #2 (Image-recording quality): Using RAW format. Take this advance for maximum quality from camera manufacture.

                     – NEF for Nikon.

– Step #3 (ISO speed): Set A (automatic). Camera manufacture has improved a lot for ISO lately.

                     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #4 (Customizing a Picture Style): Set Standard and save it. You can save in Custom Mode.

                     – For Nikon, Picture Control.

                     * Sharpness: Set Maximum (+7). Take this advance from camera manufacture.

* Contrast: Set Minus 1 (-1). You can see more details. We can control on Photoshop     or comparable applications.

– Step #5 (White Balance): Set Auto. It’s the best from camera manufacture.

                     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #6 (Auto Lighting Optimizer): Set OFF. It’s affected the depth in final photograph. We can use brightness to increase in final step of image.

                     – For Nikon, Active D-Lighting.

– Step #7 (Lens Peripheral Illumination Correction): Set Disable. We could control later in     Photoshop or comparable applications.

– Step #8 (Color Space): Set sRGB. It’s more natural or real color on image.

     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #9 (AF Mode): Set Al Servo. It tracks moving an object while focusing.

     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #10 (AF Area): Set Single-Point AF. It’s easy control on focusing.

     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #11 (Drive Mode): Set High-Speed continuous shooting. Take this advance from camera manufacture and get the best frame in final selection.

     – For Nikon, CH.

– Step #12 (Metering Mode): Set Evaluative metering. It’s general default from camera manufacture.

     – For Nikon, Matrix.

– Step #13 (Exposure Compensation): Set at least -2/3, maybe more. It will be avoid over exposed and lost details on image.

     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #14 (Highlight Alert): Set Enable. It could track after shooting, can view it for over exposed or not. You can re-setup Exposure Compensation again.

     – Same as Nikon.

     * Under exposed is better, because image get details and use adjust brightness in final       step. 

– Step #15 (Highlight tone priority): Set Disable. It affects depth on image. We can adjust on final steps.

     – Same as Nikon.

– Step #16 (Enhancement functions): Set Disable or Off all enhancement functions (Build-in) from camera manufactures will affect on final image quality. We can control on POST PROCESSING by Photoshop or comparable applications.

Q: Why do I need lens hood after mount EZ Hi-Def. device on lens?

A: EZ Hi-Def. has been designed very light weight, easy mounting on and easy taking off the lens. We need a lens hood to cover and protect it on while taking photos.