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Fujifilm X-Pro2 Raw Conversion: X-Pro2 vs SilkyPix vs Adobe Camera Raw vs Iridient Developer

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Updated: added Iridient Developer (conveted Fujifilm compressed RAF to DNG to enable).

Well, after hours of work with ACR, I came to a conclusion I did not expect, and I think I now understand why Fujifilm shooters just go with JPEG (though my recommendation remains RAW, or RAW+JPEG, if only to use the X-Pro2 camera body as a processing engine—and why can’t I just hook it up and use it that way form the computer BTW?).

Fujifilm shooters will definitely want to read this piece.

Raw Conversion: XPro2 vs SilkyPix vs Adobe Camera Raw vs Iridient Developer (Oil Pump)

Images shown in sizes up to 24 megapixels (full-res) along with three large crops, with all three raw conversions.

 

Oil Pump, McKittrick Oil Field near Taft, CA
(RAW FILE CONVERTER EX 2.0 powered by SILKYPIX)
f2 @ 1/5000 sec, ISO 200; 2016-03-22 12:37:29
X-Pro2 + XF35mmF2 R WR @ 53.4mm equiv (35mm)

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