It looks that there is something wrong with the Olympus E-P5 scene.
There is a lot less detail than in the E-PL5 and OM-D5 scenes.It might be a good idea to check if all settings were correct.
Now you've done it. I need a Phase One camera.
When you download a trial version, they usually send you some interesting discount offers. On the other hand: this is the only software that gave me the image quality I liked. So, for me, it's worth it's price.
The lightning of the scenes is very different for the different camera models.At this moment it's not yet good to compare.Hopefully all scenes will be shot one more time, using the same setup.
Sgt_Strider: So can one safely say that the C1 software is the best for X-Trans sensors at the moment?
Have Adobe even acknowledged that their converter needs improvements? I wonder if they'll put in the effort to produce better results for X-Trans sensors going forward?
According to the release notes, this is just preliminary. So in a next version I expect the results to be better
Seems to have less noise at iso 1600 than my XZ-1 at iso 200.
Wow, even with NR off, I can't see noise in this picture.
Jefftan: $300who will paid this ridiculous price?
You can try it for 60 days. During that period you may receve a discount offer from Capture One of about 50%.I've been using C1 for developing RAW files from my Olympus XZ-1. I tried several other softwares including Lightroom 4 but C1 gives much better image quality (for me) and is the fastest software as well.
Photato: All I care for is Ulead PhotoImpact, still happy with it since version 1.Unfortunately, Corel bought it and ditched it.So I guess my money is still in the bank until Corel decide to release a PI upgrade.
My favorite program is Micrografx Picture Publisher. Unfortunately Corel bought it ............................