Adjusting the Image Density
The image density setting can be adjusted in two broad modes, "Text" and
Image Density Setting
The image density can be adjusted either automatically (Auto) or
manually in nine steps.
The image density is adjusted automatically according to the original
from which a copy is to be made.
Manual image density adjustment:
The image density can be adjusted to one of nine levels.
To reduce bleed-throughs when copying newspapers and magazines,
press the [ ] key to select a lighter setting. To reproduce faint colors
in brighter parts of the image, press the [ ] key to select a darker
Selecting a darker setting could result in a background image being
reproduced on the copy, while selecting a lighter setting could make
the copy image itself too light: Select the appropriate level according
to your original.
Select "Photo" when making a copy from an original having large
halftone images, such as photos.