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I comment on the tedious and error prone design of the Fujifilm X-Pro2 in-camera RAW-to-JPEG design.
Considerable value could accrue if Fujifilm would do a few simple things with this feature.
And, thinking more broadly in terms of real value (and fun!), there ought to also be an “All” option for some settings where the camera would generate all the variants (e.g., all three values of Grain Effect). This would be hugely useful: choose “All” for a few settings and the N x M x P variations would be plopped down on the storage card for quick and easy perusal, making it easy to pick a favorite variation. For example, I could choose All for Grain Effect and All for Film Simulation (perhaps color only) and get 3 X 6 = 18 variations saved out. Why not? It’s just storage space and I could then peruse and zero in on the most pleasing combination. After all if the camera has a raw-conversion engine, why does it have only a 1st gear?
I have no contacts at Fujifilm, but maybe someone knows who to pass it onto; I’d be happy to talk to anyone at Fujifilm who could make something happen to improve it.