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I'm thinking of investing in an X100V (or 6). Rather than sell my trusty existing X100, I'd like to find a company in the U.K., that will convert it to 'monocrom'. Or, if only a later model will do, buy a second hand T or F and get that converted, keeping my X100 for colour. I know that this can be done in the U.S.A., but what about in the U.K., please?
I use two Fuji bodies now -- x100T, X-E2 -- and ordered an X-Pro2. I want to explore alternate RAW processors but inertia keeps me in Lightroom because post-processing so often needs to move quickly for clients. Nothing new in what I just wrote for almost all of us. But: Has anyone here received/read any prediction from CaptureOne (PhaseOne) about their plans for X-Pro2 RAW conversions? I have been holding off on a trial to see what this timing will be and include the new routines in my testing. The trial used to be 60 days, which is helpful. I did order a CaptureOne v9 book from RockyNook (interesting photo book title list, by the way) that will be finished soon, so I trust the content will be up to date. Book $$ worth the investment as I would be shelling out $300 for even the non-subscription code. Fuji's ship delay might be RAW related and if the news of conversion release slipped at the two or three companies in "alt-Fuji" orbit we have at least an indication of this connection. But I expect the companies are being tight-lipped about their plans as that's the best policy for them, anyway. Just curious. And really really really anxious to try my new X-Pro2. jonathan7007
When shooting fine RAW with simulation set to b/w options the RAW file is in full colour. I want to be able to convert a RAW b/w image via Adobe Raw without converting from colour to greyscale first. Am I missing something here? Am I stuck with just the jpeg in say Acros? Regards, NeilC