Saturday was a beautiful day to get out and take a walk.
I took all the photos in RAF and converted them in-camera. If you ask me, it is the easiest way to process RAF files.
The only problem is, you are not able to see your changes live. Though, i did not adjust much anyhow. Just a bit of sharpening and a color boost.
I tried using a trial version of Lightroom, but it is only compatible with Windows 7 on up. Well, i am still on a Windows Vista machine, so i am out of luck.
These photos are from both my cameras and i have come to the realization that since i have my X10, i don’t really need a wide angle lens.
At it’s widest, the lens on the X10 is equivalent to a 28mm lens on a 35mm/Full Frame camera. This works out to the lens being equivalent to an 18.6666666666666mm lens on a cropped sensor (Nikon DX or Fuji APS-C) camera.
In sum, the lens (at it’s widest) on the X10 has a FOV equal to the XF 18mm, which is 76.5 degrees. No real need to buy the 18mm now.
It was fun to process the RAF files in-camera. When the X series first came out, some people were saying the the best way to convert RAF files to JPEGs, was to simply use the built in converter in the camera.
Though, i don’t know how it would compare to the software packages that are out today.
Thanks for looking.
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