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Hallo Marc!

I uploaded a series of photos tonight. Camera Panasonic FZ50. The pictures are a bit older. Do you still need some?

Greetings
Guzzi


Windows 7 Prof.; Affinity Photo 1.6.5.123

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Hello...

Three sets of RAW/JPG images were posted from a Lumix G9 (RW2 file extension).  Plenty more of all kinds of scenes if you need them...

 

Regards

Ray C.

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Misread 2018 as 2019 so uploaded a Canon 5D Mk iii R+J shooting session. Hope you still can use them. Hopefully, the ability to edit RAW out of Apple Photos will come from this in addition to whatever is in the works.


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It would be nice if this could be supported....

A high resolution RAW image from a Lumix G9 (P1000711.RW2) was just added to the drop-box.

The Raw Developer tool currently does not recognize this file type and displays it as scattered pixels.  

 

Ray

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And you can download tons of images of all kinds of cameras/lenses in JPG and RAW from dpreview.com.

Shouldn't be a problem if you only use them for testing, otherwise ask them.

Cheers,

Tom


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Oh wow, just found out that AP handles raw images of Sigma SD Quattro perfectly (correct lens, aperture, shutter speed etc. ...).  :x  So I guess you guys don't need more example files?

@Thomas: Nice to meet you here. LG, elassi (KVR). 

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Sigma 1:1:1 camera files posted (very different from the SD Quattro above).

SD14 colour full resolution

SD1M: colour med resolution, B/W med resolution, colour full resolution. If more lens data are needed, I can provide more samples.

The Medium resolution images use CMOS binning for better S/N ratio. The B/W should behave like a Leica Monochrome.

Zero demosaicing to be used, zero sharpening to be used, and if properly exposed, next to zero noise removal to be used. Should look excellent even at 200%, without moire or artifcacts.

Impressive feature list!

 

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I sent photos from Nikon D7000 and Panasonic Lumix LX100 Mark ii. I would appreciate  support for the Lumix LX100 Mark ii in SerifLabs RAW engine (with automatic lens correction) on Affinity Photo 1.7. Thanks!

Edited by jmapdg

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Hi,

I have sent RAW NRW and JPG from  Nikon Coolpix P1000 not included in the current production release of Affinity Photo. I think the RAW as loaded without any adjustment could be improved in that the JPEG from the camera shows better contrast and less tendency to be overexposed in the peak white area. I didn't use the D-lighting processing in the camera.

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It sounds like Canon CR3 files can be a bit delicate, so this may also be something worth testing for if for example you're planning on allowing the file to be modified (such as allowing the 'Date Taken' field to be modified).

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CORRUPTION WARNING: Patched problem where Canon DPP would destroy a CR3 image if the file had previously been edited by DPP then Exiftool
(If you have edited any CR3 images with ExifTool that had been previously edited by DPP, then re-edit with ExifTool 11.45 or later to restructure the file so DPP doesn't destroy it if used to edit the file later)

 

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Hello,

I have just joined the forum. I have in my database over 600k photos (RAW & JPG) from over 120 cameras in combination with 138 lenses (this includes older cameras and mobile phones as the current database starts in 2010). It's a wide range of subjects and shooting conditions. If you still need samples, I can try to upload (or share via Dropbox/OneDrive) a selection but I need some guidance on what is mostly needed.

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RAW and ooc JPEGs from Sony A68, Sony A77ii, and Canon S100 (with CHDK) sent. The JPEGs have had their filename edited to include the lens details, but are otherwise untouched.

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On 3/9/2019 at 9:22 PM, jmapdg said:

I sent photos from Nikon D7000 

https://downloadcenter.nikonimglib.com/en/products/162/Capture_NX-D.html


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