DSC-RX10 - Secrets of an exceptional zoom lens
Hello, I have been owning this camera for a few weeks.
RAW files show images with barrel distortion, etc... that is normal for a transtandard zoom lens. Optics has made progress but optical rules have not changed so much.
But when you ask for JPG files, you get perfect pictures. This proves that the RAW image is processed, by in-camera software, to correct geometric distorsion before being converted to a JPEG format file. A kind of "DxO Optics Pro inside"...
Then, as a DxO Optics Pro owner, I wonder if I should use RAW file and then use DxO Optics Pro geometric correction or rely on in-camera geometric (and lens softening) correction... The geometric difference is almost null.
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|Dec 28, 2013|
|Dec 28, 2013|
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