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Fuji Converter or Adobe for RAW?


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#1 james

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Posted 27 March 2003 - 08:06 AM

http://www.tariq.com/fujiacr.html

According to Tariq, he thinks that the Adobe converter treats the "pixels" as arrayed in the conventional bayer pattern - when in fact Fuji uses the SuperCCD which has close-packed hexagonal structure.

Daniel, is this true? Any comments?

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#2 Craig Ruaux

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Posted 27 March 2003 - 08:20 AM

Might have helped if they compared all three with the same picture...

:rolleyes:

Look at the direction the boy is looking in, and the shape of the waves. The jpeg image on the right is a different exposure/image.
While this may not have any bearing on the results of the comparison, it is slipshod and shows a lack of attention to detail, and thus makes one suspiscious of their attention to detail in other areas.

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