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#1 bjornthun

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Posted 14 January 2013 - 18:08

Spotted this on photorumors.com. For those of you that use Fuji X series cameras with the X-trans sensor. http://photorumors.c...oad/#more-37840
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Posted 14 January 2013 - 19:52

Thanks for the heads-up Bjørn,

I've downloaded it and my first trials are very promising so far.
Ok so onto something new to learn. I've organised all my photos in a Lightroom Catalog.
Phase One Capture One produces its own catalog. That's not really what I wanted.
Let's see whether Phase One can unlock the XTRANS potential.

Regards, Daniel

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Posted 14 January 2013 - 20:34

Phase One Capture One produces its own catalog. That's not really what I wanted.

In contrast to the LR straitjacket, C1 does not require you to use the catalog, you can work with the file browser (it has other warts though....)

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Posted 15 January 2013 - 14:23

I don't want to sound like a wet blanket, but the sample images on dpreview.com suggests that the (in)famous artifact can be seen in the 100% crop of the detailed part of the image, although the images are very sharp in general.
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Posted 17 January 2013 - 04:27

for those who are subscribers to Lloyd Chambers' site (a mistake I'll never make again!) there is a good comparison showing ACR and Capture 1 results in detail. they're both terrible.

unfortunately this is just what many of us have been expecting. the x-trans is a fabulous sensor greatly handicapped *for some uses* by it's quirky filter array. truly a solution to a nonexistent problem.
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#6 Lars Hansen

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Posted 20 January 2013 - 12:35

I've downloaded it and my first trials are very promising so far.

Let's see whether Phase One can unlock the XTRANS potential.

Regards, Daniel


Daniel - any progress.. does it still look promising?

I've also downloaded the most recent C1 but unfortunately have no Fuji RAW files to work with.. :)

The examples I've seen so far on the internet is with mixed results and the published "full size samples" are often only half size. I'm a little disappointed but mostly interested in how the flaws will impact the overall IQ when printing A3 size.

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