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Good Compact Camera


CathyT e2
8 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2012 9:39PM
So the more recent models are OK??...or rather the software has caught up??

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Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
24 Jul 2012 9:41PM
I don`t use a mac but I would have thought the raw support was added long ago.
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2012 10:07PM
Cathy iPhoto and Aperture (and other programs like ACDSee that depend on Apple's Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update) still don't support X10 raws according to Apple . There's support for newer cameras like the S100 though Smile
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2012 10:14PM

Quote:I don`t use a mac but I would have thought the raw support was added long ago.

No seems it wasn't. Little bit of digging and apparently it's down to the "weird sensor". HTH.

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Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
24 Jul 2012 10:23PM

Quote:No seems it wasn't. Little bit of digging and apparently it's down to the "weird sensor". HTH


Nothing to do with the sensor, its the software that`s at fault. It does not even support the Xpro 1.
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2012 11:03PM
If it's not to do with the sensor, why are those people saying it is and why doesn't the software support the cameras with those kind of sensors? Judging by your posts on the subject they seem to know more about it than you? People also complaining about trying to open those raws in Photoshop and Lightroom. Is that why you prefer to shoot jpeg?

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Ah! That explains why you were slagging off raw processing the other day, calling it "messing"! I suppose it would put you off if the raw format of your beloved Fuji was a nightmare to process in industry standard tools like LR and Photoshop ACR and wasn't even supported by Apple! I'd want to keep that quiet too, not mention it when blowing the X10 trumpet Wink
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
24 Jul 2012 11:16PM

Quote:Judging by your posts on the subject they seem to know more about it than you?


Reading comics, pretty much sums you up Smile

"Has anyone had problems importing RAW and JPEG images. Message pops up that 'Files could not be read'. Using Nikon D7000 and P 5000. Had no problems until the upgrade. I do not know if I am doing something wrong"

? ? You joker Smile

Read some where on there where some one was going on about the x100 being supported but not the x10, they then went on to explain the reason being the x10 used an exr sensor but the x100 didn`t.

You and your comics Smile
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2012 11:27PM
Yeah that Apple comic where they don't support the camera's raw format? The review that Cathy mentioned - must be another comic!

Those Adobe comics too

People are just making things up about LR like "RAWs are terrible through ACR/LR. The cameras Jpegs are better more fine detail, more natural color. The only thing better in LR is NR control iin the dark shadows over the in camera jpegs (but not in raw) and highlight recovery - which is exceptional for APSC. The camera really doesnt need a lot of NR to begin with. It's a great camera, and I love it, but I am not sure I can live without LR. The sensor is awesome clearly, but the workflow is atrocious if silkypix is the only option."

Paul, those people are only doing it to wind you up. Not because there's a real problem processing the raws Wink
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
24 Jul 2012 11:30PM

Quote:The cameras Jpegs are better more fine detail, more natural color


Where do you get this stuff Smile

What is natural about, Provia, Velvia, Astia, that`s what you get with jpegs, a choice to simulate film types.

But did you realise you can shoot in raw, then process in camera, very handy Smile

http://www.fujifilm.com/products/digital_cameras/x/fujifilm_x10/features/page_04.html
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
24 Jul 2012 11:48PM

Quote:But did you realise you can shoot in raw, then process in camera, very handy

Er that's how digital cameras work Paul...

The web is full of 'that stuff' Paul. You seem to be the lone voice saying things like "process your raw in camera"

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The DPReview in depth review has been published and, for the first time ever, I read that the camera generated JPG outperforms the developed Raw file by a large margin, mostly due the radically different non-Bayer sensor design. I'm going on vacation in less than a week. I'll be shooting Raw+JPG knowing that, for the most of the shoots, I'll be going for the JPG version.


Above From The Official Adobe Forums Here

Paul, I think the easy way is to tell Cathy that you know what you're talking about whereas DPReview, Adobe and Apple don't have a clue about that kind of thing.
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
24 Jul 2012 11:50PM
You good at misquoting and a total ****** Smile Smile
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 12:01AM
LMFAO!!!

When you're losing the argument start with the insults!
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
25 Jul 2012 12:14AM
All you do is misquote and link to dodgy information from certain threads from certain sites Smile
User_Removed 10 3.3k 4 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2012 12:17AM
Feel free to link to information that contradicts what I've seen. Do Apple really support X10 raw format and both they and I (plus guy Cathy quotes) are lying that they don't? Show me a link...
Paul Morgan e2
13 15.7k 6 England
25 Jul 2012 12:25AM
If Apple say they don`t support the raws why should I think otherwise, you need your head examining Smile

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