This toolbar allows the current device's gain, sharpness and gamma properties to be adjusted.
In contrast to the "Brightness Control", this property manipulates a factor that is used to multiply every pixel value.
This property determines the sharpness of edges in the image.
All monitors show a non-linear display trait. This means that the differences between similar dark gray values can not be displayed. This effect can be neutralized by so-called gamma correction. With this property gamma correction can be switched on and off. There are cameras that provide more than one type of gamma correction (i.e. a special correction for taking images from the human skin - used in the medical field).
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