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  1. For some RAWs, the EXIF data is complete and accurate; in some it is incomplete, and in others it is inaccurate. I used RAW images from two bodies and a variety of lenses: the RAW images had the same (long stable) firmware for all the photos being discussed, but the firmware (and models of the two bodies) were different from each other. In the menu bar with "Develop /Cancel" above the file name, the EXIF information may be correct, incorrect lens data, or camera only. For one camera (SD14), it showed only the resolution and size in output megapixels, camera model, and an incorrect lens. For another RAW photo, the information was complete and accurate. For another camera (SD1M), it shows same camera and image info info except zero lens info, and another RAW had complete and accurate (improved details and accurate, even). The Focus sidebar information looks correct, and for the first camera again (SD14) EXIF info appears correct except XML "auxLens" is wrong. Another RAW file was missing about 50-70% of all its XML data. This only occurs on some photos, but on other photos, the information was correct. And in fact, on some photos, it is now more accurate: it is now not only showing the correct tele zoom, but it also indicated "+2x" to show that a 2x tele converter had been installed on the lens. It did not indicate the specific teleconverter used - just the magnification factor. For the missing or inaccurate lens EXIF data RAW files, I couldn't edit the lens correction data. In this version it also seems to take longer to restore the UI when tabbing from a minimized state to a full screen state: the image appears immediately, but outer background takes about 1-2 seconds, then menus filling over top of the background takes an additional 1-2 seconds. And I'm not certain, but I may have had inconsistent information displayed from the same image (accidentally) opened several images later. I had done a lot of tests on the betas two through four versions ago, but not much on this one or the next most recent one version before this current one. It is possible that the same behaviour existed and I didn't see it. However, in the betas prior to these two most recent, I did not see this behaviour, and I had done much more extensive testing (I have an existing beta issue currently being analyzed by the devs, where RAW images from one of the cameras, the SD1M (same as the other Merrill sensor cameras), requires heavy denoising, which throws away an abnormal amount of image detail: whereas the SD14 body processes perfectly noiseless and razor sharp output for well lit images, even when zero sharpening and zero denoising are applied). Thanks!
  2. Camera: Nikon D7100 Operating System: Windows 10 with latest updates MetaData (Camera and Lens info) missing after Export from AP Beta 1.7.0.284. Here are the steps I am following: 1. Rate photos using Nikon's Software ViewNX-2. All meta data readable and correct displayed from .NEF file in software. 2. Edit and create .tiff file using PhotoLab 2. All meta data readable and correctly displayed from .NEF file in software. 3. Edit in Affinity Photo in example used just the HSL filter. All meta data readable and correctly displayed from the .tiff file on the EXIF tab of AP. 4. Export from Affinity Photo and create .jpg file. Steps used to check work: 5. Open .jpg file in Nikon's Software ViewNX-2. No camera or lens meta data displayed. 6. Open .jpg file in PhotoLab 2. Camera data and settings displayed correct but no lens meta data displayed. 7. Open .jpg file in Affinity Photo. All meta data readable and correctly displayed from the .jpg file on the EXIF tab of AP. It appears the camera and lens data is not being deleted because Affinity Photo can see it fine. But, other software is unable to see the camera and lens information. I noticed this problem in the released version today too. What got me to checking was the place where I upload files for sale (clickasnap.com) was not longer displaying my lens information. I reported the problem to them thinking it was something on their end in reading the exif data correctly. However, when today I checked the forum and saw the persons note about the Nikon D7200 meta data I thought I would run these checks to see if the problem might be on my end. I believe something might have changed in the last full release. If you need the .NEF, .TIFF, .JPG, and Affinity Photo project file to confirm this I can upload them. Hope this information helps. Peace Marvin
  3. Camera: Nikon D7100 Operating System: Windows 10 with latest updates MetaData (Camera and Lens info) missing after Export from AP Beta 1.7.0.284. Here are the steps I am following: 1. Rate photos using Nikon's Software ViewNX-2. All meta data readable and correct displayed from .NEF file in software. 2. Edit and create .tiff file using PhotoLab 2. All meta data readable and correctly displayed from .NEF file in software. 3. Edit in Affinity Photo in example used just the HSL filter. All meta data readable and correctly displayed from the .tiff file on the EXIF tab of AP. 4. Export from Affinity Photo and create .jpg file. Steps used to check work: 5. Open .jpg file in Nikon's Software ViewNX-2. No camera or lens meta data displayed. 6. Open .jpg file in PhotoLab 2. Camera data and settings displayed correct but no lens meta data displayed. 7. Open .jpg file in Affinity Photo. All meta data readable and correctly displayed from the .jpg file on the EXIF tab of AP. It appears the camera and lens data is not being deleted because Affinity Photo can see it fine. But, other software is unable to see the camera and lens information. I noticed this problem in the released version today too. What got me to checking was the place where I upload files for sale (clickasnap.com) was not longer displaying my lens information. I reported the problem to them thinking it was something on their end in reading the exif data correctly. However, when today I checked the forum and saw the persons note about the Nikon D7200 meta data I thought I would run these checks to see if the problem might be on my end. I believe something might have changed in the last full release. If you need the .NEF, .TIFF, .JPG, and Affinity Photo project file to confirm this I can upload them. Hope this information helps. Peace Marvin
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