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    Re: MFDB Performance at higher ISOs

    Indeed Guy. I can post more, just say the word. I am shocked at the default differences. My split-screen comparison at 1600 shows the absolute best I could do at LR in terms of detail and noise reduction without making things ugly. It's the closest I could get to C1.

    The 100 shot is less dramatic, but I still feel the difference is there, especially with color. I have a more extreme example of color rendition I just remembered. Will post later. That will knock your socks off.

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    Post all you would like Justin. You have all the server space you could possibly imagine. LOL

    I really gave up on LR and it is a nice software package just not for the Phase backs and hate to say it compared to C1 with the M8, DMR and my old Nikons D300 , C1 still does a nicer job. My Oly 520 files also look very nice. I hate to give C1 such a plug and seems bias but they been doing this longer than almost anyone with raw processing and there engineers in Denmark you just have to respect there talent when it comes to the final result. How you get there some folks don't like the program as far as workflow and that I do understand but once you get going after awhile with it than it becomes second nature. This was one of the top 5 reasons why I bought a Phase back and that is the software and folks need to consider software as part of there buying decision be it Phocus, C1, Leaf capture and whatever Sinar uses you have to look at this end of it.
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    Re: MFDB Performance at higher ISOs

    Post all you would like Justin. You have all the server space you could possibly imagine. LOL

    I really gave up on LR and it is a nice software package just not for the Phase backs and hate to say it compared to C1 with the M8, DMR and my old Nikons D300 , C1 still does a nicer job. My Oly 520 files also look very nice. I hate to give C1 such a plug and seems bias but they been doing this longer than almost anyone with raw processing and there engineers in Denmark you just have to respect there talent when it comes to the final result. How you get there some folks don't like the program as far as workflow and that I do understand but once you get going after awhile with it than it becomes second nature. This was one of the top 5 reasons why I bought a Phase back and that is the software and folks need to consider software as part of there buying decision be it Phocus, C1, Leaf capture and whatever Sinar uses you have to look at this end of it.
    Photography is all about experimentation and without it you will never learn art.

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    Re: MFDB Performance at higher ISOs

    Which one looks like a real pumpkin? That's C1 for you. Straight out of the box for both LR and C1. No amount of tweaking or color correction could get me the proper tones as seen in the default C1. And no, none of the channels are clipped. (ISO 200 on P30+, if it matters)
    Last edited by jmvdigital; 5th January 2010 at 15:01.

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    Re: MFDB Performance at higher ISOs

    *Huge* difference in those low shadows...
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