Yesterday we published an article examining the performance of the Pentax K-1’s Pixel Shift mode when shooting waterfalls – a common landscape photography subject. We found various issues, including movement artifacts and false colors. It has become clear that some of these issues (and others related to Motion Correction) are unique to Adobe Camera Raw. When this became clear, we pledged to update our article with a more detailed look at performance in other Raw converters, including the bundled Raw converter, SilkyPix.

However, given that this is a rather time-consuming job, we’ve decided to temporarily pull our original article instead of updating it piecemeal. We’ll be publishing an updated analysis as soon as possible. We’d like to apologize for any confusion that the original article may have caused.