Pre-Sharpened K5II studio comparison file compared to K5IIs file

Started Apr 22, 2013 | Discussions thread
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philzucker
philzucker OP Veteran Member • Posts: 7,686
Re: One of the things I mean to try is ...

gaddigad wrote:

Photo Ninja''s. They couldn't care less (or maybe they really do) about AA filters (or lack therof) making their sharpening tools a bit less needed. K100ds has a very weak AA filter (this is my impression from how my photos look) and when using a sharp lens, sharpening is hardly a necessary requirment.

Ah, thanks for the clarification.

I understand that some people like Photo Ninja as a RAW converter - not only, but also for its sharpening and noise reduction capabilities. I have never tried it though, just wanted to mention that Nik sure is not the only offer on the market.

Phil

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