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  1. I'd like to suggest that with the release of the new Capture One Pro 9, perhaps Fujifilm could bundle the program in the way Sony has, instead of Silkypix. If you agree it would be a better alternative, maybe you could add an encouraging comment. Fujifilm is happy to improve the firmware, why not try to achieve a better image processing arrangement? The bundled Silkypix is pretty much ditched on opening by most people, being about as popular as scabies. The Adobe processing is still not the best. It'd be a real enhancement to Fuji's prestige to have such a comprehensive image editor that produces such superb results and users would gain better file handling, no longer having to pass files back and forwards between apps as they often do just now. Sony has done it. Surely Fuji can make it viable also. What do you think?
  2. Fuji X-Pro2: I have read the manual but when I select raw and fine (or normal), I get both raw and jpeg on both disks. Can someone tell me how to get raw on disk 1 and jpeg on 2? Thank you.
  3. Hi, Support of Fuji's compressed raw files has just been added to Rawtherapee 5.0, you can download a build for Windows 64 bits here: https://filebin.net/exoqih33dsopv02q It's preliminary support, in case you encounter problems, feel free to file a bug report on github (read how to write a useful bug report). Support of the coming GFX 50S is almost there too. -Sébastien
  4. Good evening everyone, I was wondering why when reviewing a Raw image on the cameras LCD screen, that the zoom level is less than when reviewing a Jpg image? If I set the camera to Fine+Raw then I can also zoom in a lot further, as I assume the camera is using the Jpg for zooming. Just curious. Thanks
  5. I am a new X vt!) user. I have tried taking images in RAW. On the back of the camera they look OK. Once loaded to ther computer in Picasa that have a green cast, and there was no oprtion to open in Photoshop CS5. I loaded the Fuji Raw converter, went to Photoshop , found and selected image, but message said that the RAW converter not recognisewd. What next?
  6. Gentlemen, Now that some of you lucky dogs have the X-T2 can you tell me what size a full-sized raw file is? I've seen some X-T2 raw's around the 22mb mark, but I'm wondering because my X-T1 cranks out a 33mb raw file. Many Thanks.
  7. After being a long time Lightroom user, i am finally switching to Capture One. (probably) While i didn't like it at first (long time ago), i decided to give version 8 another go. Could be that i was not impressed with the direction that LR (or Adobe for that matter) seems to be going (or lack there-of!). But i'm glad i did, because CO8 really seems to have matured a lot, and 8.2 is even better. Honestly the more that i use, the more that LR starts to feel like some 'consumer' program. Also of course the fact that it seems to handle xtrans so much better, though not perfectly either, a lot better anyway. If you're not experienced with Raw software, it is probably a bit overwhelming. In any case there is a lot to get used to, simply because it isn't LR, so things will be different. But for me it looks like it will be worth investing the time and effort, because it really appears to be a step up for both its features and speed/performance, or even customer support. Quite impressed with the default rendering, while i always turn off the DNR and most of the sharpening, the color and contrast just seems right. And it should because they claim to create their camera profiles by physically getting each and every camera they support into the studio to calibrate the raw conversion perfectly, and it's no cheap software. So you get what you pay for i guess. Really great new Color Balance tool, the highlight/shadow recovery has been revamped, there is this great 'structure' slider under Clarity that reveals enormous amount of detail without the need for sharpening, particularly awesome in B&W, and most adjustments can be done locally with Layers for endless possibilities! Also of course has all the 'normal' tools that you'd expect like lens correction, keystone, levels, curves, etc. Oh and Focus Mask is awesome too, kind of works like focus peaking for quickly selecting shots with the best focus. Anyway, if you're curious i would suggest to watch some of the feature videos on the site, and then get the 30 day trial version like i did: http://www.phaseone.com/Imaging-Software/Capture-One/Tutorials.aspx or https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDMRz3ssFQH6eHHX5Pw2Lf0DO8UB5siyH But as mentioned, don't expect to find your way around on the very first attempt, give it time.
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