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Jefftan: Is it better than DXO Prime or not?I think DXO prime has the best NR of any software, is that correct?
I found Prime is good, when you really need strong NR. The rest of the time, I feel normal DxO NR is a bit heavy handed by default - ACR often produces a better compromise at least to my taste.
Thanks for the article.
Thanks for this article.
Thanks for the article. The basic Nikon answers I found a little dry, so it's great that you added the analysis - this gives an welcome elaboration about the interview and your impressions based on the off-record information you got.
Thanks for the piece Richard. I am one of those who are happy with APS-C and enjoying the "reach" of teles (I also like 50mm on APS-C ;). So your piece articulates a lot of thoughts that I and others share. However, another thought that I have is "what happens when my APS-C body finally dies ?"in addition to "If circumstances are good and the funds are finally available for upgrading, what do I do ?". I am fortunate to shoot a D300s and I feel the current top of the line DX bodies are ergonomically inferior despite their superior IQ. I fully understand a "D400" may never happen, so the "replacement" path would be: sell the DX lenses, get a used D800/810 in order to get the body style I really enjoy.
Have a good day.
Thanks to the whole team for the great work and informative content. Looking forward to what you have in store for us in 2015 ;)
Most interesting, thanks.
Pana GF2+14-42. Raw to JPG by DxO 8.
Yep, this is going to be a good one, but as I prepared my entry the last slots were filled in a minute and GRRR ! could no longer participate ! :(Oh well I'm going to be merciless in voting now ;))))
Where was this shot taken ?