X-Trans for commercial work

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Re: X-Trans for commercial work
In reply to Najinsky, Nov 11, 2013

Najinsky wrote:

abelits wrote:

Najinsky wrote:

X-Trans artefacts?

You mean, ones that can be only reproduced on obsolete version of DCRaw and Adobe converters?

No, I mean the very real artefacts that are still visible in the latest raw converters, like Lightroom 5.2 and Aperture 3.5.

The recommended converter is Silkypix. There are others that are about as good. Adobe is consistently the worst for X-Trans, though the amount of awfulness varies.

The existence of the artefacts is not a question for debate,

Oh yes, it is!

they are real and viewable my anybody who takes the time to download samples and view them in various raw converters:

Then don't use converters that produce them, or find the settings that cause no artefacts. The sample images are made for reference only, they do not reflect optimal processing.

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