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Oct 11, 2009 23:26 |  #1

FYI and FWIW - Lightroom currently has the Beta version for the S90.

One thing that sticks out is that when you import into Lightroom, the wicked barrel distortion that I have seen (and reported on) is non existent in DPP. It may be a software fix that recognizes the camera and applies some software fixes to the lens' focal length.

Either way, the photos look a much better in DPP.


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Oct 11, 2009 23:34 |  #2

is that why when I shoot RAW & L the JPEGs aren't as wide? They've been corrected in camera, but the RAWs haven't and LR doesn't?


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Oct 12, 2009 01:24 |  #3

There's a mad discussion of this on dpr, too -- the JPEG corrects the distortion in-camera, and DPP probably does, too. LR at this point would not.


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Oct 12, 2009 07:59 |  #4

tigerotor77w wrote in post #8804626 (external link)
There's a mad discussion of this on dpr, too.

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Oct 12, 2009 12:30 |  #5

http://forums.dpreview​.com …age=33314883&ch​angemode=1 (external link)

Edit: it's not a specific discussion of the capabilities of LR vs. DPP, but the two programs are mentioned through the discussion of barrel distortion.


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Oct 12, 2009 12:56 |  #6

Whew! It's not just me, and I am glad the same issue is with the other competitors cameras.

Doesn't change my view of the camera though - I think it is great for the form factor and size.


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Oct 12, 2009 13:08 |  #7

dmstraton wrote in post #8807101 (external link)
I think it is great for the form factor and size.

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Oct 12, 2009 22:39 |  #8

It's probably just due to Adobe Camera RAW not being fully compatable with the raw files yet. When I first bought my S1XIS LR could not even read the files until I upgraded acr.

I'm willing to bet an upgrade will be coming very soon.


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Oct 29, 2009 23:06 |  #9

Whew +1, I thought something was wrong! glad to see this thread,
as in DPP things look nice and square, but otherwise, wOw
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Oct 30, 2009 13:51 |  #10

From what I have read this is common to a lot of smaller cameras these days and even the Panasonic GF1 applies software correction to JPG files and not the RAW (But the software they supply probably does just like DPP with Canon).

JPG and RAW comparison of 20mm GF1.

IMAGE: http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/DMCGF1/ZDMCGF1hVFAB_20MM_550.jpg
IMAGE: http://www.imaging-resource.com/PRODS/DMCGF1/ZDMCGF1hVFAB_20MM_550_DCR.jpg

Also chromatic aberration is corrected in the in camera software too apparently.

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