jodaco

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  • You are correct the PL has sliders to customize both noise reduction and lens sharpening. For this experiment I left everything on “auto”. I’m guessing this will be the closest to PureRAW’s ...
  • Below is a set of images along with crops to emphasize differences I have seen between DeepPrime (as processed by PureRaw2) and DeepPrimeXD (processed by PhotoLab6). In all cases these images were ...
  • Auto is simply choosing the GPU so the results with explicitly choosing GPU will be the same if the GPU is compatible. If the GPU is not compatible then PL6 won’t even give the option to choose ...
  • These processing leverages of GPU will never max it out because the OS won’t allow that. It will always reserve some GPU for its real tasks like rendering your screen.
  • I’m confused by your use of the term “transfer rate” with the unit of seconds. Transfer rate would be something like megabytes per second. But I think you are over complicating things. If what you ...
  • As I said, I have an RX 580 GPU. I’ll post some of my samples in the next day or two.
  • Obviously the RX 580 in my system is showing it’s age with XD. But that further erodes the value proposition for me. My main machine is a hackintosh and I will never upgrade now that Apple has ...
  • I’ve downloaded the trial of PL6 and compared Deep Prime XD to the result I’m getting from PureRaw2. There is some improved noise reduction in high ISO images and little to no change in recovered ...
  • I have never used one but this is why you need: NP-FW50 Dummy Battery and USB DC Power Adapter Cable Replacement AC-PW20 for Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-RX10M2, DSC-RX10M3, DSC-RX10M4 Digital Camera ...
  • When properly configured it continuously autofocuses while the button is pressed. That is the benefit. You get continuous focus when actively focusing and you can recompose when released. At least ...
  • You need to post out of camera pictures or nobody can help you.
  • Glad you found this tidbit helpful since you have helped me so much. Some other notes: the registered area is retained and recalled in memory sets. Also you can move the focus area in either side ...
  • Here’s the more detailed instructions: 1. On page 6 of the first camera menu set AF Area Regist to ON 2. Assign Register AF Area Toggle to your desired custom button. 3. Set focus area to Wide 4. ...
  • I do this by registering wide as an af focus area and then assigning a button (I use the button on the lens) to registered af toggle. My default focus area is af spot small. I prefer this over the ...
  • For me when hiking it’s either for photography and I’ll take what time I need when I stop or photography is secondary (usually with family in this case) and everything is handheld.  In my book ...
  • Precision is not just for panoramas but you know your needs better than anyone. Sounds like you’ve found your tripod. But I wouldn’t trust one of those wrap-around setups with a camera as heavy as ...
  • It’s impossible to answer questions like this without understanding budget. Assuming the Jobi represents your price point I’d recommend a more traditional budget  tripod like a meFoto. The problem ...
  • Another option is to use the power bank to drive your regular battery recharger assuming it is powered with a usb cable. Not the most efficient since you end up charging a battery with a battery ...
  • If you shoot raw there is. The zebras are based on the jpeg and you have more headroom if you shoot raw. A few test shots can determine how much. I have my zebras set at 109 on my RX10M4.
  • I have used bumpers and the problem has been that they fall off too easily rather than that they leave any sticky residue. Sometimes though it is that the bumper separates from the backing and you ...
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