[Maxxum 7D] Dimage RAW Viewer v. Adobe Raw Plugin

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According to Phil Askey (dpreview), the quality of images obtained via
the Dimage Viewer RAW converter is not as good as that provided by the
Adobe Raw plugin.

Has anyone else made comparisons between the two?

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Alan.
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>According to Phil Askey (dpreview), the quality of images obtained via

>the Dimage Viewer RAW converter is not as good as that provided by the

>Adobe Raw plugin.
>
>Has anyone else made comparisons between the two?

Haven't used the Dimage converter (for obvious reasons) but Adobe CS
RAW does give better results than the Canon software. However I get
even better results with the Phase One Capture One software (free demos
for up to 60 days without restrictions) and the new Rawshooter
Essentials (free, for now). Dunno if they support the Minolta digitals
but if they do they are worth a look.

Bill
 
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On 8 Mar 2005 17:59:33 -0800, "Bill Hilton" <bhilton665@aol.com>
wrote:

>>According to Phil Askey (dpreview), the quality of images obtained via
>
>>the Dimage Viewer RAW converter is not as good as that provided by the
>
>>Adobe Raw plugin.
>>
>>Has anyone else made comparisons between the two?
>
>Haven't used the Dimage converter (for obvious reasons) but Adobe CS
>RAW does give better results than the Canon software. However I get
>even better results with the Phase One Capture One software (free demos
>for up to 60 days without restrictions) and the new Rawshooter
>Essentials (free, for now). Dunno if they support the Minolta digitals
>but if they do they are worth a look.
>
>Bill

Raw Shooter Essentials does support my Minolta A2.
 
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Bill Hilton wrote:
> >According to Phil Askey (dpreview), the quality of images obtained
via
>
> >the Dimage Viewer RAW converter is not as good as that provided by
the
>
> >Adobe Raw plugin.
> >
> >Has anyone else made comparisons between the two?
>
> Haven't used the Dimage converter (for obvious reasons) but Adobe CS
> RAW does give better results than the Canon software. However I get
> even better results with the Phase One Capture One software (free
demos
> for up to 60 days without restrictions) and the new Rawshooter
> Essentials (free, for now). Dunno if they support the Minolta
digitals
> but if they do they are worth a look.

I tested the phase one capture one today and am very impressed. The
sharpening feature is miles ahead of CS. I'm definately going to
purchase it!


>
> Bill

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