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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


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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Posted 27 March 2003 - 08:20 AM

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


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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