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Quote from: TheUnkn0wn on August 18, 2013, 02:10:34 AMWho wants to do some pixel peeping for the 650D?Code Select Expandhttps://www.dropbox.com/s/8gkifgx2lwwq2rx/650D.104-RAW_TYPES.zipDownload that, replace the files on your 650D SD card. Enter Movie Mode, go to the debug menu and click on "Don't click on this!"It will start taking 100 frames, might take a while. Make sure you keep your camera on something static so you can pixel peep properly.Once it has done you should have 0000-0099 DNG's on your SD card. Go through them all (I recommend light room) and find the BEST one out of them all, report your findings REPORT THE FILE NAME of the best one you've found.
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Quote from: nanomad on August 18, 2013, 08:53:13 AMPlease don't take pictures of a cap, use a well exposed book cover with hard edges and high contrast then also check for small pink green dots around the letters. If you think you found a good candidate post the DNG
Quote from: TheUnkn0wn on August 20, 2013, 04:23:58 PMI already have a solution, I've re-created raw2dng using the Adobe DNG SDK. Since Adobe created the DNG format its best practice to use what they give you. dcraw seems to ignore some meta-data and misinterprets the raw data causing that green mesh. My raw2dng will include a host of extra features including compression.
Quote from: TheUnkn0wn on August 21, 2013, 03:15:21 AMYes, this will properly process the DNG's so you don't get that green pattern you see when using RAW_TYPE 14.Which means there's no need to remove any pink dots since there wont be any and no quality will be lost.
Quote from: TheUnkn0wn on August 21, 2013, 03:49:37 AMOn the 700D and 650D you get pink dots don't you? That's because of the default raw stream (or raw type) from the camera. If you change it to one that doesn't contain any anomalies; for some reason draw (used by software such as RAWTherapee) can't process the dng's correctly causing a green tinge/mesh over the image. To fix this I've created a new RAW2DNG tool using Qt so its multi-platform. Here are some of the features.- Multi-Threading (Makes use of all your CPU cores)- Full DNG support (Using Adobes own DNG SDK, this fixes a lot of things like thumbnails and image anomalies)- Compression (Can use Lossless JPEG for DNG's)- Save directly to TIF
Quote from: satriani on August 20, 2013, 01:40:23 AMThats looks exactly like a RAW_TYPE 121 or something like this, which I tested yesterday. But the streaming seems to be unstable and give sometimes a broken pics.Look at this:this is a good pic
Quote from: nanomad on August 21, 2013, 09:27:34 AMAs I explained before the green pattern stands out a lot even in the Luma only image before debayering. It's not a converter fault.
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