A strange Mirrorless Gear Journey

Started Aug 18, 2011 | Discussions thread
kenw Veteran Member • Posts: 5,372
Re: ACR does just as well as RT...

GregGory wrote:

I'm please to see this, I am an LR user since I prefer the speed/ reliability of LR compared to RT.

I'm in the same boat. Prior to LR3 and "Process 2010" I was always looking longingly at other converters detail and noise processing but I still made the trade off for the LR workflow. Since "Process 2010" I feel like I'm giving up a lot less.

Nevertheless a lot of credit goes to Gabor and his team of developers. This new feature in LR is probably thanks to their freebie/ donation ware, which kept whipping the butt of Adobe (in terms of resolution) for years.

Most definitely! True for RPP as well (Mac only). I'm really curious to watch what RT and RPP start to be able to do with floating point processing and cameras like the K5 which have incredibly low read noise compared to something like ACR/LR that uses fixed point algorithms optimized for speed.

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