X-Trans demosaic algorithms differences

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Vic Chapman Forum Pro • Posts: 10,137
Re: X-Trans demosaic algorithms differences

M Colyer wrote:

CAcreeks wrote:

Tom Schum wrote:

It's interesting that here we are 6.5 years after the appearance of the X-Pro1, and X-trans demosiaic algorithms have only just now become fairly mature, with wide variations in quality throughout the post processing software arena.

This must all be very confusing for those using other systems who are becoming interested in Fuji.


And judging by the X-T100 and XF10, it appears that Fuji is about to abandon X-Trans.

If they did abandon the X-Trans it could be seen as a vote of no confidence in the system. Could be a catastrophe for Fuji sales. And me!

Users moaned because they wanted more Bayer cameras so Fuji obliged by extending the choice to an SLR style (and that's all) and that's enough for someone of very little brain to assume Fuji are abandoning X trans. I imagine they will one day but why should that be of concern. A slightly different demosaic process is the only difference. Your cameras and pictures will be as good as ever.


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