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  1. Hello, I just updted to the latest version 1.7, but still having problems, to open my Raw files of my FUJI X10 camera with affinity. The size will , that affinitry opens is 2848 pixels x 2144 pixels instad of 300 pixels x 4000 pixels. The raw converter from Adobe does open it correct. The firmware of my X10 is 2.01, so the latest release. This problem exsitst still I started to work with this photo tool. Whnen will it be solved? Kind regards Guido
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    Raw Data frim Fuji X10

    Hello All, today I found out, that older photos, taken with an older firmware could be opened with the correct size, photos, taken with the actual Firmware show the lower resolution. Any Idea?
  3. Hello Chris, I just tried this - same result. and this is with all my fuji x10 raws ... Guido
  4. Hello all, yesterday I upgraded my mac to Mac OS Sierra. Now Affinity Photo 1.5.1 crashes every time, when opening an raw file from my Fuji x10. Mac Book Air mid 2013, 8 GB Ram, Intel I7 Mac OS Sierra, 10.12.2 Affinity Photo 1.5.1 See crash report. Any idea of problem source ? Kind regards Guido AFP151_crash_on_openX10_raw.txt
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    Raw Data frim Fuji X10

    Hey Leo D, I tried to open it with enabled rulers, but the same result only 2848 x 2144 pixels will be developed. The rulers do only show the # of pixels in each direction, how should this influence the resolution? I do not like to go and develop the photos with different raw tools for each camera. I'd like to use only on tool, like the raw engine from a***e that opens all Raw files. May be I wait for the next update to use the SW .... Kind regards Guido
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    Raw Data frim Fuji X10

    Hello, Lee D, When I open a raw file from my Fuji, it is opened with a resolution of 2848 x 2144 pixels. Real size is 4000 x 3000 pixels. Any Idea? Guido
  7. Hello Affinity team, I'm working more and more with the Photo app, using raw data from my canon camera. But until now the raw format of my nice little Fuji X10 is not really supported. The photo is not loaded in the full resolution and so fine details will be skipped by raw development. I was happy, to see the new version, but still in the new version this raw format is not supported. So curently I have to user my old photo program from A**** Is there a plan, when the Fuji series cameras will be fully supported? I'm waiting!! Kind regards Guido
  8. Hello DWright, again, thanks for yir reply. I did not try the extreme settings. I will check, and report here. If you like, I can send you also a link to the raw file, I used for the test. For this you can contact me at: objektiv@2d-subjektiv.de I do not like to post the link in the forum here. Kind Regards Guido
  9. Hello DWright, thanks for the fast reply. I already tried a lot with the build in raw reduction inside the raw development. Even, when I play with the values for removing the noise, I get theses "artefacts" on my Fuji photos. When I develop the Fuji images in the Adobe software the noise pattern is more random distributed and has no artefacts - it looks more natural, like the grain from a analogue film. When I open images from my canon camera (5D MKII) all is fine with the Affinity raw development, so I think this is a special issue with the raw engine for the Fuji raw files. I'm Waiting, here for an update of the raw converter. Kind regards Guido
  10. Hello all together, at first I'm very impressed about Affinity Photo, it' features and usability. Thank you for the really good photo tool. I Have a question, regarding raw-file development, especial files from Fuji (here from my X10). When I develop the Fiji X10 raw files the have a noise, that looks a little like artefacts known from *jpg images. When I develop the same file with adobe camera raw from adobe, the noise looks a lot better, more random and no artefacts. I have added 2 *jpg files to show what I mean.: x10_raw_nise_af.jpg, developed with Affinity. x10_raw_nise_ps.jpg, developed with Adobe camera raw. both files have been stored to get high quality *.jpg's so that no additional artefacts are generated by the *.jpg export. Any Ideas or what did I wrong? Please view them at 200%. Kind Regards Guido
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