Originally Posted by unixrevolution
Have you experimented with the in-camera JPG saturation and contrast settings yet?
Second that. In a different context (Nikon), changing the setting from neutral or portrait to vivid produces very different results.
Also, make sure some less visible setting isn't affecting things.
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