RFC (bundled Silkypix) Still Works Better Than Capture One and ACR

Started Jan 16, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP Trevor G Veteran Member • Posts: 6,570
Re: RFC (bundled Silkypix) Still Works Better Than Capture One, ACR, and OOC JPEGs

rattymouse wrote:

One of the most important attributes of RAW shooting is white balance correction.

Let's just assume that you are right for once.

RFC has 24 white balance presets, plus an excellent, single button white balance adjustment, where you click the mouse cursor over any object which would/should have equal amounts of RGB. The scene adjusts instantly if you choose that route.

Of course, there is also an Undo function, as well as a Default button.

The in-camera RAW processing allows one to change the white balance. You also get access to Fujifilm's exclusive color schemes.

Fuji has 23 inbuilt colour presets - as you scroll down or mouse over each one in turn, the preview changes to show you the result.  Nifty, eh?

I would always use the in-camera processor over SilkyPix's infernal interface.

Except that, as the samples show, the internal JPEG processor is not as good as RFC.

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