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Fujifilm X-Pro1

Fractal-like Artifacts: Yosemite Pines — ACR vs Capture One Pro

This example shows the artifacting that can occur with the X-Pro1 sensor on natural textures. It shows the same issue as with the X-E1 sensor.

Fujifilm X-Pro1 with Leica 135mm f/3.4 APO-Telyt-M @ f/5.6, 1/480 sec.

RAW conversion

Some effort was made to produce reasonably similar results from Adobe Camera RAW and Capture One Pro, but the two converters are different, and an exact match cannot be made. The settings used are somewhat different from the ones used in the initial ACR evaluation, in order to achieve a better match with C1 Pro. An earnest attempt was made to deliver similar sharpness from each converter. , but this does not mean the same numeric values for the sharpening sliders in each.

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Conversion settings for Capture One Pro 7.0.2, Adobe Camera Camera Raw 7.3 (71)

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