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  1. Hi, I've just purchased Affinity after the trial period. Only now (...) I'm realizing that when I open a NEF file (Nikon D7100) by Affinity, the result is quite different compared when I open the same NEF by Nikon NX-D. I guess there is a different initial setting but ....where? I tried to change the "Assistant" setting (different Raw engine) with no result (in same case the result is worse). I have attached a couple of jpg that are the simple export with no change at all from NX-D and Affinity. The Affinity one is definitively too much dark. In other cases I realized was not only a matter of "light" but color balance as well. Might someone help me?
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