X-trans sensor problem?

Started Jan 24, 2013 | Discussions thread
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Re: X-trans sensor problem?
In reply to Zardoz, Jan 24, 2013

Zardoz wrote:

viking79 wrote:

The website is purposefully picking pictures to spin the worst possible light on the situation, over sharpened, with no attempt to reduce the artifacts.

Not really, there are plenty of other examples online that show the same issue. For example, look at this at 100%:

This is from the linked blog "Here is the example of JPG without and with exaggerated sharpening to better see the problem." edit: I presume the posted one is with the added sharpening.

They are puposefully exaggerating the problem. I agree, the problem is there, not denying it, but there are ways to mitigate it. As your example clearly shows the problem is with Adobe ACR and not the sensor itself (as I presume the right image is from Fuji converter in camera?).

Eric

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