Fujifilm has more than X-Trans RAW problems

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Fujifilm has more than X-Trans RAW problems

For all those X-Trans owning folks who are patiently waiting for results from Fujifilm's "working with Adobe", let me point out that there is another group of people who have been waiting a much longer time for better RAW support.

The X10 and X-S1 cameras were released long before the X-Pro 1 and to this day, still do not have good RAW support, including from Adobe Camera Raw.  You can read in the other forum copious amounts of complaints at how poorly the RAW files look with poor resolution, less dynamic range, and smearing commonly mentioned.

So far the best that Fujifilm can do is offer up the woefully inadequate Silkypix, which is a solution routinely (and rightly ) rejected by professional reviewers across the net.

Of course, were Fujifilm committed to their customers, they would work with Adobe and others to make RAW solutions available BEFORE a camera is launched, not as a third rate afterthought.

Clearly, Fujifilm's efforts are sorely lacking.

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