E-PL3 multiexposure ORFs and Camera RAW 6.7 bug - please verify
Hello, everyone. I just got my refurbished E-PL3 from Olympus Germany via Ebay and trying the OVERLAY feature (can only be shot using RAW/ORF) I get significantly different/erroneous color in Bridge/Camera RAW CS5 6.7 than from the one displayed on the camera screen and in Olympus Viewer 2.
Here's the difference:
The upper is the RAW as displayed in Bridge/Camera RAW and the lower is the correctly converted JPEG as displayed in camera screen / Viewer 2. I think the difference is obvious.
The problem arises only with overlayed RAWs and not single shot ones. The later do have correct color.
The camera firmware is updated to 1.3.
I'm using the kit lens 14-42 II R with firmware 1.0
So, before I post a bug in Adobe does anyone care to verify that this is an Adobe bug and not an Olympus one?
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