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This review was challenging; when the Fuji X-Pro1 arrived, there was no Adobe Camera RAW support and I was forced to process RAW (RAF) with SilkyPix, a miserable experience producing non-linear color results and poor sharpness.
Some pages have been updated/duplicated to show ACR-processed images, and some remain with the SilkyPix-processed results. Unfortunately, the camera that was loaned was long-gone by the time ACR support arrived.
To approach this bifurcated revew, I suggest reading these pages first:
- The Flowers (ACR) page using the Flowers (SilkyPix) page for reference and comparison.
- The Mosaic (ACR) page, referring also to the original Mosaic (SilkyPix) page.
- The Digital Artifacts page and the Color Bleed page.
- The Conclusions page to get a feeling for the overall results.
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