Olympus EM10 Raw conversion for Lightroom

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tgutgu
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Re: The other option is to pretend the files are from E-M5
In reply to Paul De Bra, 6 months ago

Paul De Bra wrote:

With the proper editor or script you can replace the E-M10 string by E-M5 in the RAW files or else replace E-M5 by E-M10 in the raw converter binary code.

The E-M5 and E-M10 appear to produce the same output. (The E-M1 has a different sensor and it seems it produces very different output.)

The differences you show could be due to the picture style, but could also be due to the color space. Are you sure you are generating sRGB and not AdobeRGB? When a picture is produced in AdobeRGB and viewed without color space info it looks dull like in your results.

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Slowly learning to use the Olympus OM-D E-M5.
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Why all this fuss? The E-M10 will be supported in a short while, that is to be expected. In the meanwhile, one can shoot RAW + JPEG. Or people should just not buy a camera, which is not yet supported by the RAW editor in use. I would not fuss around in my RAW files with a binary editor, just to have RAW support some weeks before it is officially released.

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