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  1. Wie es aussieht geht das RAW Format der fuji XT-2 und Affinity nicht zusammen. Weder als RAW komprimiert wie unkomprimiert. DAs ist Schade, denn so muss ich mich von Affintiy Photo wieder verabschieden. So schlecht war die Software nicht.
  2. HI All, Curious if anyone has tried using the new 1.5 version with Fuji's X-Trans Sensor... I know sharpness is an issue with Lightroom. Is AP same, worse, or better with fuji raw files versus the big boys like Lightroom or Iridient Developer? Pros Cons? Thanks for the help.
  3. As far as I can tell, Affinity 1.4.2 can not yet deal with Fuji .RAF files. Is there a plan to do so? I have been told it is already possible in beta versions of Affinity 1.5, but I'm reluctant to use beta software, especially for photos. There is a horde of new Fuji X-T2 users coming who will appreciate it.
  4. Hi, Affinity photo does not recognize any EXIF data regarding the lens being used, focus area, metering; in my case on my X-T1. On a mac, you can open the RAF using Preview and clearly see all the details in the EXIF, same goes for opening the files in Apple Photos. It means the data is there, but Affinity can't read it. Thanks!
  5. The default exposure is too dark when raw file created by Fuji XT-1 with 4.3 firmware. The exposure has to be +2 to normal range. The same can be displayed correctly in ACR and mac preview app.
  6. Hi, I just bought Affinity photo. It always crashes when opening raf file created by Fujifilm XE-2 4.0 firmware. I google this issue and change the developing engine to apple. But the image is too soft by apple engine. I wonder when Affinity photo can release the raw engine for xe-2 4.0 firmware. Thanks. Eric
  7. The raw converter renders Fuji X10 files in reduced resolution. I have loaded 4000x3000 / 12mp raw files. Affinity renders them as 2848x2144 / 6mp files. The EXIF also displays the smaller / wrong resolution. This issue was also present in Capture One Pro from Phase One which had beta support for the X10... Both ACR and Silky Pix render the files correctly. Please fix! T
  8. Hi, Just downloaded the Beta version and noticed that the newer Fuji cameras, X-T1 and X-E2, are not supported yet. Adobe supports the X-Trans sensor, sort of, but with many issues. I think they have settled into it's good enough, but it is not! Do you have plans to fully support the X-Trans sensor? Phase One's Capture Pro 8 does a decent job, but even that could be better. They have stated in the past that they really don't care to do anything regarding Fujifilm cameras so any further development on there part is nonexistent. The Fuji owners of the world are really looking to a good solution. Your thoughts?? Thanks, Rick Lewis
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