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Fujifilm X-Pro2 in raw RAF format,.
These examples give an idea of the imaging style of the Fujifilm XF 10-24mm f/4 R OIS under outdoor shooting conditions at a variety of focal lengths and distances.
Note that the equivalent aperture in depth of field terms on APS-C is one stop more as compared to full frame, that is, f/5.6 on the X-Pro2 is equivalent to f/8 on a full frame camera.
RAW (RAF) conversion
See notes on the JPEG vs RAW SHOOTOUT: Fine Wood Detail in Green Barn page and the Range of Sharpening with a Variety of Subject Matter page for general discussions of the challenges of converting Fujifilm X-Pro2 RAW files as well as the Aperture Series: Ranch Barn, Oblique View page for more specifics as applied to a specific image.
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